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MakaylaChuck23:

Not to sound stupid but I've missed a lot of days of school and now I'm stuck wondering why a lot of carbon dioxide is in the air during bean sprout's cellular respiration process. is it a chemical reaction HELPPELP

L8RVAL:

yes, it's indeed a chemical reaction. Bean sprouts, like all plants, undergo cellular respiration to generate energy for their growth and metabolic functions. During this process, carbon dioxide is produced and released into the air.

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