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What are the correct reactants and products of photosynthesis and cellular respiration?
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Reactants:
-Water
-Oxygen
-Sugars
-Carbon Dioxide
-Light

Products:
-Light
-Water
-Sugars
-Carbon Dioxide
-Oxygen

Out of these, what are the reactants of photosynthesis and what are the products?
*of photosynthesis and cellular respiration

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Sep 24, 2012

Photosynthesis:
Reactants Right Arrow  Water, Light, Carbon Dioxide
Products ---> Oxygen, Sugars

Cellular Respiration:
Reactants Right Arrow Oxygen, Sugars
Products Right Arrow Carbon Dioxide, Water, Light

Photosynthesis' reactants and products are just the switched version of cellular respiration, and vice versa. By 'light' for cellular respiration, I'm assuming it just means energy.

The equation: [ Photosynthesis ] 6CO2 ( Carbon Dioxide ) + 6H2O ( Water ) + Light Energy = C6H12O6 ( Sugar ) + 6O2 ( Oxygen ) + Energy [ Cellular Respiration ]



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