The role cellular respiration plays in the carbon cycle?


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Of course,it plays a major role.It releases carbon in organic materials.

Aerobic Cellular Respiration is a part of the cellular respiration and it plays an important role in producing energy that is required for the various functions of the cell.

Nicotinic acid plays a crucial role in the cellular process called respiration. Aids the taking in of nutrients and oxygen, chemical reactions that produce energy and carbon dioxide and wastes that are given off.

Green plants and algae remove carbon dioxide from the environment for photosynthesis and in turn provide oxygen and glucose. Any animal that requires oxygen (including humans) then use the oxygen and glucose during cellular respiration thus returning the carbon dioxide and water. Decomposers such as fungi and bacteria are also critical to returning carbon to the atmosphere by feeding on dead and rotting plants and animals. Basically, almost every living organism plays a role in the carbon cycle.

In order for muscles to move cellular respiration must occur to provide cells with energy. The process of cellular respiration also produces heat energy which plays a large part in keeping our body temperature close to 37 degrees Celsius.

The process known as diffusion. The cardiovascular system plays a large role by transporting both of these gases through the blood. Oxygen and carbon dioxide are both carried by the red blood cells (RBC). The carbon dioxide is "buffered" by the blood to keep it from turning acidic. This process results in respiration. The two kinds of respiration are internal (tissue) respiration and external (pulmonary) respiration.

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carbon dioxide plays a big role in the carbon cycle. Plants take in co2 and turns it into energy and material to grow so the co2 becomes the plant. In acuallity whenever cabon is free in the atmosphere it is co2 and when it is locked in animals, plants, or the earth it exists as othe compounds, so without carbon readaly able to become co2 life may not exist because carbon would be able to enter the atmosphere and complete the carbon cycle

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The carbon cycle is contributed to by many different factors, some natural and some the cause of humans. A VERY brief summary: Respiration and photosynthesis serve as a main part of this cycle. Consumption also plays a part: carbon included in sugars and starches, (carbohydrates), is consumed and processed by animals via the food web and contributes to respiration and decomposition. The carbon released into the air during respiration eventually becomes carbon dioxide, which is turned back into sugars/starches through photosynthesis by plants (CO2 + H2O = C6H12O6 + O or rather, carbon dioxide and water in the presence of sunlight yields sugar and oxygen). The decomposition factor takes place within soils. Some carbon ends up included in fossil fuels, which are burned by industries and in turn contribute more carbon dioxide to the atmosphere.

The mitochondria have two membranes. This is the site of cellular respiration - or energy production. This involves the conversion of glucose into ATP.

The three nutrients cycle that plays a big part in our ecosystem are carbon cycles, nitrogen cycles and phosphorus cycles. These three are essential to sustain life and balance in our ecosystem.

Carbon dioxide constitutes about 0.04% of the total atmosphere. It is a greenhouse gas that uses greenhouse effect and radiative forcing to regulate the temperature on Earth's surface. It also plays a major role in carbon cycle.

The greenhouse effect and the carbon cycle do this. The moderating effect of the oceans plays a part too.

Firstly anybody who doesn't know the simple equation for respiration will need to know.Oxygen + Glucose = Carbon Dioxide + Water (+ Energy)Now as you can see water does not actually make respiration happen, it is merely a product created from the reaction. So to answer the question, water plays no direct role in respiration.But if you wanted to know what it does, it simply is used throughout the body in the cells to help them survive.

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To tell you the truth they are not similar at all. They have nothing to do with each other. I guess the way they work secrete or take in can be compared but they are different processes. Cellular respiration is when we humans take in oxygen and glucose(food). We use the glucose to carry out many of cell activities which is transferred through our blood and dilivered to our cells. Glucose is then converted to ATP energy by the mitochondria(mitochondria plural). ATP is the cells source of energy. The role that oxygen plays is the combination of oxygen(o2) and glucose which makes water(h2o) which is also used by our cells. A waste would be the carbon dioxide made which is excreted and used by plants for photosynthesis. I guess the thing that might relate would be that to get the oxygen, you need your resperatory system.

Well in theory everything plays a role in cytokinesis. From photosynthesis and respiration in plant cells to provide and release energy for the process, to a person undergoing respiration to return carbon atoms to the environment to provide material for additional cell division (in which cytokinesis is a part of the process).

The role that energy plays in the rock cycle is magma.

Land plays an important role. Water cycle begins from land.

- allow exit of low energy waste material example CO2 which leaves as a low energy metabolic waste of the cellular respiration process. - has numerous proteins and enzymes that play roles in the respiration process - the mitochondrial matrix is a protein rich liquid that fills the innermost space which again plays an important role.

Photosynthesis is when trees and plants remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. The carbon is separated and becomes part of the tree, and the oxygen is released. So a growing tree will store carbon all the time it is growing. More than half the weight of a tree is carbon. So photosynthesis by trees plays an important part in the Earth's carbon cycle.Deforestation, the removal of forests, has been happening all over the world. When trees rot, or are burnt, they release the carbon (as carbon dioxide), and, of course, are no longer able to take carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. The carbon cycle is then disrupted, and more carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas, builds up in the air. This (together with the burning of fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas)) is causing global warming and climate change.

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