This space station has plants growing inside it, and astronauts who eat the fruits and vegetables from those plants Because it is in space, the station is sealed so no material can get in or out. The space station is in Earth's shadow, so no light is getting into it. The sensors in the space station show that carb dioxide in the air is increasing. What is happening to the energy storage molecules in the plants and humans in the space station? Explain your a as completely as possible.
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Most of the station's oxygen will come from a process called "electrolysis," which uses electricity from the ISS solar panels to split water into hydrogen gas and oxygen gas.
Space Station (ISS) has managed to successfully cultivate salad crop - red romaine lettuce - that is free of disease-causing microbes and safe to eat, and is at least as nutritious as Earth-grown plants.mark as brainliest
due to the fact that it skipped a generation we can tell it is definitely not a dominant trait, therefore it must be recessive. i think this is right let me know!