- Both processes involve a cycle of chemical reactions (cellular respiration involves conversion of biochemical energy, whereas photosynthesis involves conversion of carbon dioxide and water into glucose and oxygen)
- Both processes involve energy conversions (see previous explanation)
- Both processes use an electron transport chain
- Both processes use and produce ATP
Which characteristics do photosynthesis and cellular respiration have in common? Check all that apply.
Both processes involve a cycle of chemical reactions.
Both processes are performed by consumers and producers.
Both processes involve energy conversions.
Both processes use and produce ATP.
Both processes take place in the mitochondrion of a cell.
Both processes use an electron transport chain.