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Cellular Respiration Formula And Photosynthesis. Cellular respiration (aerobic) c6h12o6 + 6o2 → 6co2 + 6h2o + 32 atp. Cellular respiration and photosynthesis are the two major processes by which animal and plant cells supply themselves with energy to carry out their life processes.
Can occur only in presence of sunlight: Energy + carbon dioxide + water = glucose and oxygen. Plants take in co2 during photosynthesis and make glucose.
Here’s the equation for cellular respiration:
Make sure you are able to answer the essential questions at the end of the powerpoint after you have moved through the powerpoint. So the chemical formula for glucose, you're going to have six carbons, twelve hydrogens and six oxygens. Atp, photosynthesis, and cellular respiration 1. 6h2o + 6co2 → c6h12o6 + 6o2. Photosynthesis, the process of using sunlight to turn molecules into glucose, is symbolized by the chemical formula of 6co[math]_2[/math] + 6h[math]_2[/math]o → c. Co2 h2o c6h12o6 h2o c6h12o6 co2 o2.