The Calvin Cycle in Photosynthesis and The Krebs Cycle in Cellular Respiration. The Calvin Cycle occurs in chloroplasts and The Krebs Cycle occurs in the Mitochondria.
Carbon dioxide and sugar
carbon dioxide and sugar
Converts carbon dioxide to glucose
Carbon dioxide. The increase of carbon dioxide is the cause of global warming.
the carbon dioxide oxygen cycle is how a human breathes out carbon dioxide and it goes to a plant and the plant breathes out oxygen and it goes to the human and that's how they get energy
It offsets all the carbon we and other animals in the ecosystem exhale. Carbon from the emitted carbon dioxide is taken and used for energy (glucose) production in plants. These plants emit oxygen as waste which we inhale and use for metabolism. This is essentially the carbon and oxygen cycle in our ecosystem but there are other major players as well as other important cycles (like the water and nitrogen cycles) that are intertwined with carbon sequestration. Additionally, carbon sequestration is responsible for lowering atmospheric carbon monoxide levels as well as methane and carbon dioxide levels; two important greenhouse gases.
Water, carbon dioxide, and nitrogen are what make up the biogeochemical cycles. Since all of these elements occur naturally in the environment these biogeochemical cycles are considered to be sustainable.
We know we are affecting the planet because we understand carbon cycles and the use of carbon fuels and the effect of carbon dioxide on the atmosphere.
Plants convert carbon dioxide into oxygen through photosynthesis.
Because there no oxygen on the moon.
amount of oxygen