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Photosynthesis The Way plants make their own food
Stomates O Small openning on the underside of the leaf that open and close
Carbon dioxide O Carbon dioxide enters the leaf through the stomates
roots O Roots absorb water from the ground and send it up to the leaves through the stem (xylem tubes)
chloroplast O Chloroplasts are cell organelles that hold the chlorophyll
chlorophyll O Chlorophyll is the green substance that captures the energy from the sun
The process O Chlorophyll captures energy from the sun
Carbon dioxide O Carbon dioxide comes into the leaf from the stomates as water is let out
Making of sugar O The energy from the sun breaks about the water molecule which gets mixed with the carbon dioxide to make simple sugar
Waste product O The waste product of photosynthesis is oxygen, which allows us to exist
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