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The Carbon Cycle

 
     
 
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Respiration and Fermentation
  The ATP Molecule
  Respiration and Photosynthesis
  The Anaerobic and Aerobic Pathways
  Hydrogenation
  The Carbon Cycle

ATP is manufactured in a similar way when carbon-to-carbon bonds are broken. The carbon cycle is an energy compacting process. The addition of a third phosphate group to adenosine diphosphate yields a high-energy bond (figure 10-10).
The carbon cycle. Carbon dioxide is incorporated into carbohydrate by photosynthesis. Then, by a serieosf degradation processes including respiration, it is returned to the atmosphere as carbon dioxide.
Figure 10-10 The carbon cycle. Carbon dioxide is incorporated into carbohydrate by photosynthesis. Then, by a serieosf degradation processes including respiration, it is returned to the atmosphere as carbon dioxide.

 
     
 
 
     



     
 
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