How Are Oxygen and Carbon Cycled between Plants and Animals?

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Oxygen and carbon are needed for plants and animals to survive. Plants absorb carbon and process it to make energy. Through this process the plant releases oxygen. Animals then breathe in oxygen and release carbon. The two elements are cycled between plants and animals continuously wit this process.
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Well, it's kind of hard to explain. Basically.plants make oxygen.Animals breathe in oxygen.animals breathe out carbon.plants take in the carbon.plants release oxygen. so on and so
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The process of photosynthesis, also known as the carbon cycle is the respiration process used by plants to produce food for survival. Carbon dioxide is released into the atmosphere
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Photosynthesis uses light energy to assemble hydrocarbons from CO2 and H2O, this chemically stores the energy much as charging a battery does. We release the energy with a chemical
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Plants pull carbon dioxide from the air
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