Plants use sugars produced during what to make organic compounds?
Plants use sugars produced during photosynthesis to make organic compounds. Photosynthesis is a plants method of making food for itself.
The role of organic compounds in cellular respiration is to start cellular respiration. Cellular Respiration is a process that creates ATP. So, in order to create ATP you'll need organic compounds. Organic Compounds are converted into ATP during Cellular Respiration. This is the role of organic compound in cellular respiration.
The volatile organic compounds come from a variety of sources. A few of them are natural. Most of them are anthropogenic (come from the activities of humans). decay of dead organic matter organic gases released by plants as part of their metabolism including ethylene, α - pinene, limonene, β - pinene; mycene; ocimene; α - terpinene and isoprene forest fires fires from slash and burn agriculture flatulence from animals organic solvents used in manufacturing and…
What is the process that changes the carbon in organic compounds back to carbon dioxide after plants are eaten by animals?
Essential oils are liquid volatile organic compounds extracted from plants. Most essential oils are distilled but other extraction methods are used, especially for botanicals that would be chemically altered by the heat produced during distillation. Most essential oils are made from a specific plant part. Sandalwood, for example, is made from the wood of a tree. Angelica, on the other hand is distilled only from the roots of its parent plant. Other essential oils, like…
During the daytime, plants produce energy in the form of ATP and NADPH (light reactions)...during the night, these energy forms go to the dark reactions (Calvin Cycle) to fuel the production of organic molecules from CO2 collected during the day...some of these organic molecules will be stored (starch) and some will be used for plant structural growth (cellulose), and some for other organic molecules (lipids, proteins, etc).