Tuesday, February 16, 2010

C6h12o6 Biology When I Exercise I Add Water And Co2 To The Atmosphere?

When I exercise I add water and co2 to the atmosphere? - c6h12o6 biology

My biology teacher, said water and CO2 are the byproducts explain the respiratory chain and continue to the Krebs cycle, citric acid. And they gave us the following equation:

C6H12O6 + 6 O2 → 6 CO2 + 6 H2O

Does that mean she will drown in our own water that are emitted? Wow, that blows the mind.


princess leia said...

Well, I'll suffocate in their own waste, but they carry a certain amount of water and CO2 in the atmosphere as greenhouse gas emissions only. The 2 main products of respiration and feed in water and CO2 is the main result of 36 moles of ATP (energy to do the work):

C6H12O6 + 6 O2 → 6 CO2 + 6 H2O + 36 ATP (adenosine triphosphate)

Aerobic respiration requires oxygen to produce energy (ATP). Plants also breathe, but the mechanism is different. Thus, the most common foods and activities that do more aerobic: sports, running, dancing, etc., more water, and all CO2 () live, what is adding to the atmosphere.

This means that we do to rising seas and islands, literally, sink. WeYou can find other planets to live, or at least package and send them to other planets.

If you have any concerns, please write or call your Space Agency to begin implementation of bottled water on the moon, Mars and throughout the solar system for future generations of space travelers.

Journeying through Yahoo! said...

Remember ..... METHANE

ZikZak said...

No, the water through urine, sweat and moisture through the lungs. CO2 is excluded from the lungs. Not drowning.

To have no water in the world and CO2 with the universe, whatever. Where do you think of the wine C6H12O6?

Dvandom said...

No. The amount of water is released into the air, too small to condense enough liquid to drown. CO2 is the best if you stayed with their products, cancer, still stuck.

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