The Calvin Cycle is not a part of cellular respiration. This is a process that occurs in the chloroplasts of green plants. It results in the conversion of solar energy into chemical energy for plants through photosynthesis.
Cellular respiration allows cells to generate energy through a series of metabolic processes. During this process, the adenosine diphosphate molecule is converted to adenosine triphosphate. ATP is the energy currency of the cell.
Cellular respiration takes place in tiny cell organelles called the mitochondria. However, cellular respiration is different from photosynthesis although both result in the generation of energy. The Calvin Cycle is dependent on sunlight while cellular respiration is not.