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What role does cellular respiration play in the water cycle?

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During photosynthesis carbon from carbon dioxide is synthesized in to more complex organic compounds and in respiration it is again released in the form of carbon dioxide gas. Thus both these processes play important role in carbon cycle.


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It is the final electron receptor in the process of cellular respiration.


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Rivers play an important role. Water cycle begins and ends at rivers.


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