Comparison of Photosynthesis and Cellular Respuration?

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(Original post by AnkitKapoor)
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Kidding lol: for starters, respiration is split into 3 stages for aerobic which is glycolysis, krebs cycle (the link reaction joins glycolYsis with krebs) and the electron transport chains. The rest:
-Respiration releases energy (it is exothermic) in a step wise manner as ATP molecules, whereas photosynthesis requires energy
-Oxidative phosphorylation occurs in respiration, whereas photophosphorylation occurs in photosynthesis
-Products of respiration are 38 ATP molecules, water and C02
-Both use enzymes
-Photosynthesis requires the presence of light to initiate the LDR to produce NADPH for the LDR
-Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast
-Water is released in respiration during the final step, but in photosynthesis it is used (for photolysis to replace the lost electrons)
-Glucose is used in glycolysis to form pyruvate, but it is made in photosynthesis during the calvin cycle

Those are the only ones I can think of from my head
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