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1. Photosynthesis- Plants absorb co2 from the air to make fats proteins and carbohydrates.
2. Feeding- Animals eat plants and take in co2 they make fats proteins and carbohydrates.
3. Respiration- Animals and plants respire this releases co2 into the atmosphere.
4. Death and decay – Animals and plants die, they produce waste which is broken down by detritus they release co2 in the soil.
5. Detritus respire releasing co2 into the air.
6. Combustion- Humans cut and burn trees releasing co2 into the atmosphere this process is called combustion.
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You should be fine in the 2016 exam, unless they pull something à la 2015 again.
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Don't forget about burning fossil fuels, the combustion reaction itself releases co2 but burning them releases all the locked up carbon in the fuel as it's made from dead crushed heated animal/plants remains x


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Oh and co2 dissolves in oceans (co2 sinks) x


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Oh and co2 dissolves in oceans (co2 sinks) x


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And don't forget to watch Finding Nemo the day before the exam (the last time I had seen it was a year ago so I didn't remember the angler fish scene). And remember to review birdwatching.
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And don't forget to watch Finding Nemo the day before the exam (the last time I had seen it was a year ago so I didn't remember the angler fish scene). And remember to review birdwatching.
haha oh aqa, thanks much for so screwing us over for b1
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