Let's just say that Chip's working a new look these days. Here's a Peek and a Recap In the final episode of season four, Chip and Joanna take on a project for some extra special clients and deliver a makeover that's way long on 'wow' factor. Take the Photo Tour Read About It on Our Blog See Exclusive Video In one of their biggest stylistic challenges yet, our fearless Fixer Upper duo has a tall order to fill when a couple moving from Denver wants a country retreat — but a house with thoroughly modern vibe.Twists and turns, highs and lows, dramatic reveals -- Fixer Upper fans have seen it all (on Chip's head). See what happens when Jo gives up shiplap (well, mostly) in favor of lots steel and concrete.Take the Photo Tour See Web-Exclusive Videos Vote for your favorite Chip and Jo renovation from past seasons .We've gathered together some of the most popular makeovers from throughout the first four seasons.The permanent gases in air we exhale are roughly 78 per cent nitrogen, 15 to 18 per cent oxygen (we retain only a small amount), 4 to 5 per cent carbon dioxide and 0.96 per cent argon, the CO2 being of course used by plants during photosynthesis. Matt Wormald, Neutral Bay Trees and plants give off carbon dioxide when they breathe, and when they die and rot.
Dr John Frith, Paddington Every living cell of our body carries out the energy-releasing process of respiration, where glucose (a simple sugar) is slowly "burnt" (oxidised) to give off carbon dioxide (excreted through the lungs) and water.
Glucose is a carbohydrate and is also a digestive breakdown product of starch (in potatoes, etc).
Glucose is made in the first place in the leaves of plants from solar energy - the process of photosynthesis is the reverse of respiration.
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