In Biochemistry The Exergonic Process Of Converting Glucose And Oxygen

In biochemistry, the exergonic process of converting glucose and oxygen to carbon dioxide and water in aerobic metabolism can be considered the reverse of photosynthesis, in which carbon dioxide and water are converted to glucose and oxygen. Do you expect both processes to be exergonic, both endergonic, or one exergonic and one endergonic? Why? Would you expect both processes to take place in the same way? Why?

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