What is the role of respiration in the oxygen cycle?

The role of respiration in the oxygen cycle is to maintain carbon dioxide and oxygen levels in the atmosphere. Animals release carbon dioxide into the atmosphere which is then taken up by the plants to carry out photosynthesis. The plants release oxygen which is used up by human beings in respiration to produce carbon dioxide for plants again and this cycle goes on.

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