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The characteristics of humans, plants, and animals holds deep history as they all have a membrane-bounded structure that is essential to life. Many are still in question as to how such tiny organisms conduct the activity to all living things. It is well known that anything that has life will have the organism of cells. Totally, the breathing cells conduct power in order to grow. As cells gain usage they began to transfer food, become larger, and create molecules. This process gains its significant energy from the earth's natural resource the solar sun as it provides much needed kinetic energy to all living plants, animals and humans.

Photosynthesis is a sequence of reception that transforms solar power to chemical energy as it stores in multiple organic compounds known as carbohydrates. Respiration is the process that discharges the chemical energy from the food molecule for use by the cell. Photosynthesis is the dominant process of food that builds the organic molecules for food as it enters the pigment called chlorophyll's as they are found inside of chloroplast (Holt, Rinehart, & Winston, 1993).

Photosynthesis happens when light from the earths solar is produced, and light is stored for independent reactions. Carbohydrates are synthesized when it travels through the Calvin Cycle. Light to chemical is converged from photosynthesis energy.

Aerobic respiration is when cellular respiration uses oxygen to break down food molecules. When the molecules break down then it releases electrons for creating molecule energy. Aerobic respiration then creates ATP or adenosine triphosphate. The molecules are stored and carried through most of the plant cells. This process makes life possible for cellar respiration. The main products in aerobic respiration are water and carbon dioxide.

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Photosynthesis is when plants create food from water, nutrients, and carbon dioxide. Energy is transferred from photosynthesis from plants that release oxygen that animals and people need for breathing. Aerobic respiration is ARP functions pertaining to Glycolysis, Krebs cycle, and the Electron Transport chain. In these steps oxygen is diffused into molecules of mitochondria cell of the aerobic respiration. In this process aerobic respiration releases high levels of energy for living organisms.

Fermentation is the process where generated energy is processed and preserved. The microorganism's cells provide energy for processing in the absence of oxygen. The reaction or reactions for the process of anaerobic organism does not require oxygen to function. So the energy from the sun is processed indirectly through organisms that generate energy or utilize energy for the process of photosynthesis.

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