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How do plants get water and sunlight? By Ommar Aburaddad And Hassan Al- Thani
How do plants get water and minerals? Plants get water and minerals by the roots. It is the roots job to get all these stuff from the soil.
How do plants get sunlight? Plants get sunlight by the process of photosynthesis. Photosynthesis is the process of when carbon dioxide is made into something organic such as oxygen.
The four things needed for photosynthesis All these things are needed for photosynthesis: 1) sunlight: which comes from the sun 2)Chlorophyl:The green substance which is found in the chloroplasts. Which makes leaves look green. The good thing about chlorophyll is that it absorbs the energy in the sun. 3)Carbon dioxide: Carbon dioxide which enters the leaf. 4) water: which comes from the soil that is absorbed by the roots and then goes up the stem to the leafs.
AOI: Environment Plants are related to the environment because plants help the environment with giving carbon dioxide which is co2
What are the rates of photosynthesis As you know photosynthesis has a lot of rates and the three most important rates of photosynthesis is The amount of light, the amount of carbon dioxide, and the temperature. The amount of light: The chlorophyll uses the light energy and what it does is that it perform photosynthesis, depending on how fast the light energy is arriving. The amount of Carbon dioxide; Co2 and water are the raw materials, water is never short in supply in a plant. The temperature: Chlorophyll is like an enzyme so it works best when it’s warm but not too hot. The rate of photosynthesis depends on how ‘happy’ the chlorophyll enzyme.