Medical Definition of Carbon dioxide cycle

1. First, an organism which can photosynthesise (such as a plant or some bacteria) will absorb carbon dioxide (CO2) from the air and incorporate it into its body or turn it into organic matter. Then, other organisms which cannot photosynthesise will eat the organic matter, or the photosynthesising organism, and release carbon dioxide gas as a waste product back into the air. (09 Oct 1997)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carbon Dioxide Cycle

carbon copy
carbon copying
carbon cost
carbon costs
carbon credit
carbon credits
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carbon dating
carbon debt
carbon dichloride
carbon dioxide
carbon dioxide-free water
carbon dioxide acidosis
carbon dioxide blood level
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carbon dioxide cycle (current term)
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carbon dioxide elimination
carbon dioxide reductase
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carbon disulfide
carbon disulfide poisoning
carbon disulphide
carbon emissions trading
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carbon fixation
carbon fixations
carbon footprint
carbon footprints

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