The upcoming discussion will update you about the differences between carboxylation and oxygenation.
1. It brings about assimilation of CO2.
2. Oxygen is released.
3. It is an anabolic process and performs photosynthesis.
4. It stores energy.
5. Carboxylation occurs inside chloroplasts.
6. Only one type of organelles is involved. They are chloroplasts.
7. It is favoured by high CO2 concentration.
8. Optimum temperature is lower, 18-35°C.
1. It releases CO2.
2. Oxygen is consumed.
3. It is a catabolic process and performs photorespiration.
4. It wastes energy.
5. Initial oxygenation occurs inside chloroplasts. Second oxidation takes place in peroxisomes.
6. Three types of organelles are involved. They are chloroplasts, peroxisomes and mitochondria.
7. It is favoured by low CO2 concentration.
8. Oxygenation occurs when temperature is higher, more than 35°C.