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pollination, fertilization, germination
these three terms indicate the processes that occur during the life cycle of flowering plants. pollination is the process during which pollen grains from the anther of the male flower (different flower of same plant) or anther of the male part of the same flower, goes towards the female flower and land on stigma leading to the fertilization of the male gamete with the female gamete.
the process of union of male and female gamete is called fertilization which leas to the development of embryo, and ultimately a seed which lands on a suitable place at a suitable time and give birth to a whole new plant.
when the seed lands on a suitable soil, the seed germinates to form a small plant and this small plant grows with the passage of time to form large tree given appropriate nutrients and conditions. so the whole process depict life cycle of flowering plants and pollination, fertilization, germination are important processes that occur during this life cycle.
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photosynthesis makes the glucose that is used in cellular respiration to make atp. the glucose is then turned back into carbon dioxide, which is used in photosynthesis. while water is broken down to form oxygen during photosynthesis, in cellular respiration oxygen is combined with hydrogen to form water. while photosynthesis requires carbon dioxide and releases oxygen, cellular respiration requires oxygen and releases carbon dioxide. it is the released oxygen that is used by us and most other organisms for cellular respiration. therefore the answer is b