Why Is Photosynthesis Important For Living Organisms?


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Sophia answered
Animals and plants both synthesize fats and proteins from carbohydrates; thus glucose is a basic energy source for all living organisms.

The oxygen released (with water vapor, in transpiration) as a photosynthetic byproduct, principally of phytoplankton, provides most of the atmospheric oxygen vital to respiration in plants and animals, and animals in turn produce carbon dioxide necessary to plants.

Photosynthesis can therefore be considered the ultimate source of life for nearly all plants and animals by providing the source of energy that drives all their metabolic processes.
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Hayley answered
Because we need the carbon dioxide that plants make through the process of photosynthesis so some organism will eat the plant and when they die another organism will eat it and then that animal will get the carbon and it is a cycle

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