Ppt on photosynthesis in plants

Photosynthesis The “Rodney Dangerfield” process of Biology.

ways to view photosynthesis……..) Importance of Photosynthesis (3 ways to view photosynthesis……..) 1) Traps energy for plant and for entire ecosystem (Remember: Plants are autotrophs/producers 2) C-fixation for plant and for entire ecosystem (Remember: Plants are autotrophs/producers) Big Picture #3 Importance of Photosynthesis Importance of Photosynthesis 3) Produces oxygen for entire planet! Note: This is an accident! Note: This is an accident! in purple bacteria: CO 2/


© 2015 AQA. Created by Teachit for AQA. 6.1: Artificial photosynthesis (1) Artificial photosynthesis Starter activity.

AQA. Created by Teachit for AQA. 6.1: Artificial photosynthesis (1) Whereabouts in a leaf does photosynthesis happen? Plant cell © 2015 AQA. Created by Teachit for AQA. 6.1: Artificial photosynthesis (1) Where in the plant cell does photosynthesis take place? Chloroplasts © 2015 AQA. Created by Teachit for AQA. 6.1: Artificial photosynthesis (1) What are the products of photosynthesis? Which is useful and which is a waste product? Glucose/


Unit 8: Light Greenhouse Management. Objectives Objective 8.1 Define photosynthesis. Objective 8.2 Explain the characteristics of light and how it effects.

night? How large of a DIF should one use in a greenhouse? The cooler temps at night reduce respiration and saves more energy while the plant is not producing food. The higher clay temp maximizes photosynthesis. DIF=Cloudy days5 degree increase What may happen to a plant if the DIF is too large? Some plants may seem to wilt while some may be permanently stunted/


Feb. 3rd, 2011 B4730/5730 Plant Physiological Ecology Respiration I.

Evans et al J Exp Bot 2009 Limitations to the Farquhar/Fluorescence model of Photosynthesis No gene expression controls –Connection to hormones, whole plant controls –Longer time scales Stomatal physiology almost a black box Scale of leaf / chain –Generates heat –Various hypotheses about regulation and purpose Uncoupling proteins (UCP) connect to photosynthesis –Uncoupling proteins relieve excess pH gradient in mitochondria –Photorespiration inhibited by loss of UCP, ROS problems Kruse et al New Phyt 2011 /


7 Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration. 8-1 Energy and Life.

now know this substance is oxygen gas (O 2 ) Ingenhousz – Concluded that plants need sunlight to produce oxygen 8-2 Photosynthesis: An Overview Essential Question: When a tiny seed grows into a tree, where does the increase in mass come from? Water? Soil? Air? Word Equation for Photosynthesis Chemical Equation for Photosynthesis 8-2 Photosynthesis: An Overview p. 208: Inside A Chloroplast 9-1 (p. 221/


Photosynthesis Photosynthesis is the process by which plants make their own food.

, coal, and firewood all came from plants which have stored the energy from the sun via photosynthesis Photosynthesis How green plants make their own food Plants Need –Light - from the sun –Water - from roots –Carbon dioxide – from air, enters plant through tiny openings under the leaves called stomata –Chlorophyll: green color in plants that traps energy from sunlight to make food Photosynthesis A chemical reaction makes glucose (sugar) and/


LIGHT & PHOTOSYNTHESIS IAFNR Plant and Soil Sciences Module.

OUR FAVORITE!! Image retrieved from: FACTORS AFFECTING PHOTOSYNTHESIS  Light Quality- chlorophyll reacts to light in blue and red wavelengths  Light Intensity- brighter light allows for best photosynthesis  Light Duration- longer day allows for more photosynthesis  Carbon Dioxide Concentration-co2 is required for photosynthesis  Usual atmospheric concentration is 0.03  Temperature- photosynthesis increases with temperature  Water Availability-plants that lack water will close their stomata REFERENCES/


Focused Learning Target #2 Given instruction on the topic of Photosynthesis and Respiration Students Will demonstrate knowledge of the inputs and outputs.

Photosynthesis and Respiration Students Will demonstrate knowledge of the inputs and outputs in each process By completing a video quiz and an exit ticket Energy and Matter Cornell Note Setup Topic-PHOTOSYNTHESIS/RESPIRATION EQ-How are photosynthesis and respiration related? Photosynthesis is the process by which plants/ respiration. Cellular respiration occurs inside the cells of most organisms. Even plants have Mitochondria and use respiration! Anaerobic Emergency Energy During cellular respiration, cells/


Photosynthesis Photosynthesis. What is photosynthesis? The process plants use to make their own food Photosynthesis takes place in the leaves Plants

Photosynthesis Photosynthesis What is photosynthesis? The process plants use to make their own food Photosynthesis takes place in the leaves Plants’ leaves contain chloroplasts Chloroplasts contain chlorophyll Chlorophyll (green color) makes photosynthesis possible The chlorophyll absorbs the sunlight. The sunlight is combined with water (H 2 O), Carbon Dioxide (CO 2 ) and nutrients from the soil. CO 2 O2O2 Plants and animals need each other to survive. Animals including humans/


Experiment 2 + water CO 2 No CO 2 + water Conclusion: Plants need carbon dioxide to grow.

grow. Experiment 3 Observations: Experiment and Results: xx Conclusion: Plants produce oxygen that we need to survive. Experiment 4 xx Conclusion: Plants need sunlight to produce oxygen. Photosynthesis Reaction Carbon Dioxide (gas) + water (liquid) + sunlight (energy)  oxygen (gas) + sugar (glucose) (energy) Photosynthesis History Wrap-up (in notes section of binder) 1.What source of carbon do plants use to build their biomass (Hint: it’s a/


Photosynthesis II Christopherson.

The formula for glucose: C6H12O6 Photosynthesis: How? Plants absorb sunlight energy, carbon dioxide and water to make glucose *Where are we? Structure: Chloroplast Thylakoid: Group of pigments; absorb sunlight energy Stroma: Fluid inside the chloroplast Grana: Stack of Thylakoids Photosynthesis Summative Equation (Formula) Sunlight /’s H O O H H O2 H H2O Light-Dependent Reaction: Reactants Hint: Look at arrows going in Sunlight Energy H O O H H H Water O2 H2O Light-Dependent Reaction: Products Hint: Look at/


Light in Horticulture.

the result of chemical and/or physical changes induced in biological systems by non-ionizing radiation.” (Constitution of the American Society for Photobiology) Photobiology - Areas Photosensitization - Chlorophylls UV Radiation effects – DNA mutations Environmental photobiology – Plant Productivity Non-visual photoperception – Circadian, photoperiodism Photomorphogenesis – Development of organism Phototropism – Plant movement towards light Photosynthesis – conversion of light energy into chemical energy/


The Difference Between Plant and Animal Cells Animal Cells Can not make their own food so they have to eat food Do not go through photosynthesis Animal.

have vacuoles that store food, water and waste products. Plant Cells Plant cells have a cell wall Plant cells have a large vacuole unlike the animal cell Plant cells do not have mitochondria They also do not have lysosome’s Plant cells are in the shape of a rectangle Plant cells go through photosynthesis Plant Cells cont. Plant cells have chloroplast Plant cells use chloroplast to store energy They also have/


Photosynthesis is the process by which plants use the sun’s energy to convert water and carbon dioxide into sugars.  Read “Energy” p. 327 – 329  Take.

to convert water and carbon dioxide into sugars.  Light is the only source of energy for plants!  Plants convert light energy into chemical energy -> Photosynthesis  Recall that light is energy  Different colors of light have different wavelengths and different amounts / The chloroplasts convert the absorbed light energy into chemical energy.  Why are leaves green?  Why do leaves change colors in the fall?  Complete Stop & Think #1-4 p. 329  Read “Making Carbon Compounds” p. 330-333  Take notes! /


PHOTOSYNTHESIS What is the purpose of photosynthesis?

Use this to help you…. REACTANTS → PRODUCTS What is the equation for photosynthesis? REACTANTS → PRODUCTS What is oxygen in the photosynthesis process? What is oxygen in the photosynthesis process? WASTE PRODUCT!! Scientists Who Helped Develop the Photosynthesis Equation… Intentionally left blank Who conducted the experiment that determined plant growth needed water and was important part of photosynthesis equation? Van Helmont CO2 + H₂O → Sunlight → C6H12O6 + O2 Van Helmont/


EXAM 4 REVIEW TEST TOMORROW!!!!!!!!.

. Animals exhale CO2 How do plants capture light energy? How do plants capture light energy? Plants have special light absorbing molecules called pigments that can capture light energy from the sun. The main pigment of photosynthesis is chlorophyll In which organelle does photosynthesis take place? In which organelle does photosynthesis take place? CHLOROPLAST What is the purpose of photosynthesis? What is the purpose of photosynthesis? To change light energy from/


Photosynthesis and plant cells Photosynthesis and plant cells.

they need to close? Photosynthesis happens in the “palisade” cells in the leaf: Palisade cells Close up on a palisade cell: Cell wall Cell membrane Nucleus Large vacuole Cytoplasm Chloroplasts (containing chlorophyll) How do Plant Roots Work? Paper towels can/ help absorb minerals and water: Thin cell membrane Large surface area Plant growth Plants grow using food they make through photosynthesis. So what else do they need? Plants also need three important minerals to keep healthy. They absorb these through/


1 Chapter 10 part II Photosynthesis. 2 Outline What is Photosynthesis? Properties of light What are waves? Useable light colors Chloroplast structures.

light colors Chloroplast structures Light Reaction Dark Reaction 3 What is Photosynthesis? 4 Chloroplast Mitochondria 5 Photosynthesis overview Plants are able to synthesis glucose by using carbon dioxide gas and water as the raw materials. Sunlight is used as the energy to power this transformation This chemistry takes place in the chloroplast of the plant cell. A special chemical called Chlorophyll makes this possible. 6/


Biology Today Third Edition Chapter 11 Plants to Feed the World Copyright © 2004 by Garland Science Eli Minkoff Pam Baker.

pyramid and biomagnification GMO’sadvantages / disadvantages ? (genetically modified organisms -= GMO) Plants Over 250,000 species 80,000 are edible by humans 30 major crops in the world 4 feed more than all others wheat rice corn potatoes Food Plants Food (Drinks, spices) Fragrances Dyes Poisons Decorations Building material Medicines Fuel Paper Plant Nutrition autotrophic photosynthesis (energy) sunlightCO 2 H2OH2OglucoseO2O2 +++ Sun supplies all of our energy/


Parts Of PlantPhotosynthesis Materials Needed by Plants for Photosynthesis: Water, Carbon Dioxide CO 2, and Sunlight. Materials Released by Plants in.

PlantPhotosynthesis Materials Needed by Plants for Photosynthesis: Water, Carbon Dioxide CO 2, and Sunlight. Materials Released by Plants in Photosynthesis: Oxygen and C 6 H 12 O 6 (Glucose). Functions of the Roots 1.Supply plants with water and minerals absorbed from the soil. 2.Support and anchor the plant. 3.Roots store surplus food made during photosynthesis. Parts of the Roots Xylem – Brings water and minerals into the plant/


Photosynthesis Converts ___________energy into the chemical energy of a ____________________in this way: Solar energy + carbon dioxide + water → _________________________.

absorbed. Visible Light & Plants It is an oxidation-reduction reaction, or redox reaction for short. Oxidation is the loss of electrons; hydrogen atoms are removed from glucose. Reduction is the gain of electrons; oxygen atoms gain electrons. Remember OIL RIG (oxidation is loss, reduction is gain) Photosynthetic Reactions Overview of Photosynthesis A simplified overall equation for photosynthesis is: __________________________________________________ During photosynthesis, water molecules are/


Don’t Forget... Contestants …Always phrase your answers in the form of a question!

Forget... Contestants …Always phrase your answers in the form of a question! 500 100 200 300 100 300 200 300 200 100 200 500 300 200 100 400 Photosynthesis Stems & Roots Plant Functions Plant Hormones Leaves What is…? Photosythesis for $100 carbon + water glucose + oxygen dioxide Photosynthesis Back to Game What is…? Photosynthesis for $200 Back to Game What are…? Photosynthesis for $300 Back to Game What/


SCIENCE Plant Test Review Plant Test Review Good Luck! Good Luck! (Mrs. Yantosh)

When a seed begins to grow it is called _____. photosynthesis respiration transport germination #8 Name the three parts of the seed. Egg, fruit, spore Seed coat, egg, food tiny plant, seed coat, stored food tiny plant, seed coat, egg #9 Which of the following is/wilts It reproduces #17 What would happen if plants did not have a cuticle? there would be no roots they would have to live in the dark they would dry out they couldn’t absorb sunlight #18 Plant cells make glucose molecules from what ? Carbon /


Photosynthesis Process which changed a planet. “Goals” of Photosynthesis  To trap sunlight (radiant energy)  To produce glucose (photons converted to.

is called the electro-magnetic spectrum  Overall Equation for Photosynthesis SUMMARY OF KEY CONCEPTS Visual Summary 7.1 Light energy Carbon dioxide Water Photosynthesis GlucoseOxygen gas Question:  Where does the plant get the carbon atoms to make glucose? Question  How/  How does photosynthesis put energy into glucose?  It takes low energy electrons (H atoms) from water, and “excite” the electrons with photons of light!  H atom + photon  High E electron! Trapping Sunlight in an electron What /


Photosynthesis or How Plants Make Food. Energy from the Sun is necessary to begin the process. Besides green plants, some algae and some bacteria can.

Review the process. Explain each step as it is shown. Sugar H20H20H20H20H20H20 CO 2 O2O2 O2O2 O2O2 Sugar Remember, this process is continuous in light.. Sugar The formula for photosynthesis is Photosynthesis is important to all life on Earth. Plants and plant-like organisms replace oxygen used by animals when they breathe and us the carbon dioxide the animals exhale. The light energy from the/


Photosynthesis. Experiment: Testing a leaf for starch.

a leaf for starch Action & absorption spectra of photosynthesis Energy for photosynthesis comes from light Electromagnetic energy, travels in waves with specific wavelengths. Visible light is used by plants Action spectra = rate of photosynthesis at particular wavelengths. Easiest way to measure the rate of photosynthesis is to monitor the production of oxygen Compare the two graphs. What conclusions can you draw? -Blue and red light = greatest/


Photosynthesis By: Andrew Bengert and Matthew Boyce.

attached to 3 phosphorous atoms The mitochondria is what produces the adenosine triphosphate by using the energy from food in a plants case the sugar created from photosynthesis to create them History Jan Baptista Van Helmont discovered photosynthesis in 1643 In 1754, Charles Bonnet realized that when a plant is under water, bubbles come up from it Until the 1930’s, it was believed that the O/


Leaves - where photosynthesis occurs. Structure p. 252. A) cuticle B) upper epidermis C) palisade layer D) spongy layer E) lower epidermis.

D) spongy layer E) lower epidermis A)Cuticle - keeps moisture in. B)Upper epidermis - for protection. C)Palisade layer - where most of the chloroplasts are. - where the photosynthesis occurs. D) Spongy layer - full of air spaces and more /4) Turpentine / resins/ dyes. (mostly from conifers). 5) Food (energy transfer) Sun --- plants -- animals 6) Creation of oxygen - thru photosynthesis. Plant Evolution -the seed plants ‘pushed out’ the ferns over 70 million years ago. -seeds are more survivable than spores./


Lesson Starter: Individual Name 3 plants used for food Name 2 plants used for medicine Name 3 plants used for materials Why is it important that we study.

for materials Why is it important that we study plants? (what might we discover from them?) Photosynthesis Plant food.. Unlike us- Plants don’t eat. Green plants are able to make their own food This process is called PHOTOSYNTHESIS Photosynthesis Photosynthesis only happens in GREEN plants The process happens inside the leaves of green plants (the food factory) The green pigment CHLOROPHYLL inside the CHLOROPLASTS traps sunlight which provides the ENERGY/


Plants Review Are you ready?. Plants Jeopardy Photo- synthesis Plant parts Vocabulary Roots, Stems, and Leaves Energy 100 200 300 400 500.

a base-word that means this. What is light? Photosynthesis 200 Photosynthesis is the process by which plants make this. What is glucose (Sugar or C 6 H 12 O 6 ) Photosynthesis 300 This is the main byproduct (waste product) that is a result of photosynthesis What is oxygen? Photosynthesis 400 This is the organelle where photosynthesis occurs in plants What is a chloroplast? Chlorophyll is a green pigment/


Www.juniorscience.ie 1C5_Photosynthesis OB48 Describe, using a word equation, how plants make their own food through photosynthesis.

equation Carbon dioxide plus water, with light and chlorophyll, gives glucose and oxygen www.juniorscience.ie Ever wondered why? Some plants lose their leaves in winter? It is because they find it difficult to carry out photosynthesis… …using your word equation, can you give TWO reasons a plant could not carry out photosynthesis in winter? www.juniorscience.ie 1C5_Photosynthesis OB48 Describe, using a word equation, how/


By: Tay, Dakota, Angel. How to plant Sunflowers  Sunflowers are very captious of the amount of light they receive. Therefore you need to find a place.

frost.  The seeds need to be sow ½ inches deep and 1 inch apart in rows 12 inches apart (if planted outside)  The Raphanus Sativus thrive off of photosynthesis.  Raphanus Sativus can produce bountiful crops each season due to it’s days of maturity. How we planted sunflowers  Our group planted the Helianthus plant inside and outside, we wanted to test a theory we came up with/


Chapter 10: Photosynthesis

Chapter 10: Photosynthesis AP Biology Chapter 10: Photosynthesis Autotroph - Plants Autotroph - Algae Autotroph - Phytoplankton Autotroph - Bacteria Heterotroph - Animal Heterotroph - Fungus Fig: 10.3 Chloroplast Photosynthesis A Photosynthesis B Photosynthesis chemical reaction (Remember… conservation of matter.) 6 CO2 + 6 /Reflection Fig: 10.9a and b Fig: 10. 10 (How many electrons are in Mg’s outer shell Fig: 10.10 (How many electrons are in Mg’s outer shell?) Hint: Look at the Periodic Table. Answer: 2 /


WELCOME TO Created by Educational Technology Network. www.edtechnetwork.com 2009 Plants.

least 3 parts of a leaf ANSWER: Cuticle Epidermis Vein Pallisade Layer Stomate Guard cell Spongy Layer Photosynthesis and Tropism 100 Points QUESTION: What is the Process called, when plants make their own food? ANSWER: Photosynthesis What is Chlorophyll used for? Traps light energy and store in glucose Photosynthesis and Tropism 200 Points QUESTION: What is Chlorophyll used for? ANSWER: Traps light energy and store/


How Are Plants and Animals Different? Animals cannot make their own food. Plants can make their own food.

time! What is the process by which plants make food? * Photosynthesis Photosynthesis is the process by which plants make food. A green plant makes food using light energy. Green plants get light energy from the sun. PHOTOSYNTHESIS is the process by which green plants get light energy from the sun. This energy is collected in the plant leaves as chlorophyll. Chlorophyll helps the plant produce food along with water and carbon/


Boardworks GCSE Additional Science: Biology

the source of the light energy for photosynthesis? Stage 4: Where in the plant cell does photosynthesis take place? What is the name of the pigment that is needed for photosynthesis? Stage 5: What food is produced during photosynthesis? What gas is produced during photosynthesis? 8 Photosynthesis: summary Boardworks GCSE Additional Science: Biology Photosynthesis How can the process of photosynthesis be summarized in one sentence? Photosynthesis is a chemical reaction that takes/


Experiment Questions Photosynthesis.

different concentrations of carbon dioxide in the water Photosynthesis In what units did you express the rate of photosynthesis? Bubbles of oxygen /per minute Photosynthesis Why is a water plant rather than a land plant used in this experiment? Ease of measurement of rate or explained Photosynthesis How is the temperature kept constant in this experiment? Water bath or described Photosynthesis If pond water is used in the experiment, it is likely/


PHOTOSYNTHESIS (2015) Presented by Amanda Moore & Kathryn Shaull.

of oxygen world wide –Oxygen is a by product of plants! Key sources are: –Rain Forests –Phytoplankton in the Oceans Plants are Unique Plants  autotrophs –They are Self sufficient Animals and Fungi  heterotrophs -Need plants to survive Plants are Unique Plants do depend on and interact with other living creatures Process of Photosynthesis Requirements Products Reactions Requirements for Photosynthesis Chloroplasts Lots of CO 2 Water (H 2 O) Light/


Photosynthesis Students know the reactants and products of the two stages of photosynthesis.

stages of photosynthesis What colors do plants absorb? Why are plants Green? Students know the reactants and products of the two stages of photosynthesis Thylakoid Chloroplast Students know the reactants and products of the two stages of photosynthesis Granum Chloroplast/the reactants and products of the two stages of photosynthesis Light Independent Reaction Occurs in the Stroma Stroma Students know the reactants and products of the two stages of photosynthesis Carbon Fixation Carbon atoms from CO 2 build /


Green Plants as Organisms. Contents Photosynthesis Photosynthesis Photosynthesis vs. Respiration Photosynthesis vs. Respiration Plant Hormones Plant Hormones.

and water are converted into glucose and oxygen. The reaction requires energy in the form of sunlight, and chlorophyll must also be present. Plants are producers – they produce their own food Plants are producers – they produce their own food Plants produce their food via photosynthesis Plants produce their food via photosynthesis Photosynthesis Occurs in the leaf Occurs in the leaf Needs: Needs: Chlorophyll – not used up CO 2 (from the/


PHOTOSYNTHESIS. Photosynthesis What we know - Producers are organisms that produce their own food. Green plants are producers – they convert sunlight.

know - Producers are organisms that produce their own food. Green plants are producers – they convert sunlight into energy (food). IN YOUR NOTEBOOK list some green plants. Are green plants only located on land? List some green plants that are found under water. Do they carry out photosynthesis? Radiant Energy Photosynthesis What we are learning today- Photosynthesis is a chemical reaction, where radiant energy from the sun reacts with/


8.1 Overview of Photosynthesis Photosynthesis converts solar energy into chemical energy. Organisms that carry on photosynthesis are called autotrophs.

autotrophs. Heterotrophs are organisms that feed on other organisms. Autotrophs and heterotrophs use organic molecules produced by photosynthesis Pigments allow photosynthetic organisms to capture solar energy. 8.1 Overview of Photosynthesis Flowering Plants as Photosynthesizers –Photosynthesis occurs in the green parts of plants –Leaves contain mesophyll tissue specialized for photosynthesis –Water is taken up by roots and transported to leaves by veins –Carbon dioxide enters through openings/


PHOTOSYNTHESIS Part 3 The Calvin Cycle & Photo Wrap-up pp. 116-124.

ATP) 4. Calvin Cycle (making carbohydrates) Complete the chart from yesterday! REACTIONLOCATIONREACTANTSPRODUCTS LIGHT REACTIONS Thylakoid Sunlight H 2 O O 2 ATP NADPH + What would happen to our world if plants went extinct? 1. Plants are autotrophs. They produce food for themselves and other organisms. 2. Plants use photosynthesis to regulate Earth’s environment. Vocab to keep in mind:  Calvin Cycle  Glucose  ATP and NADPH


Plants Structure and Function. Plants – An Overview Have existed on this planet for nearly 400 million years. Without plants, life on Earth would not.

many great resources to planet Earth, including sources of food, oxygen, and habitat for other organisms. Plants are known as producers, because they make or produce their own food through the process of photosynthesis. Photosynthesis Photosynthesis is shown in the picture and equation given below. Photosynthesis continued Plants are autotrophic or autotrophs, which literally means “self-feeders.” A chemical equation is a written series of symbols that/


Photosynthesis Conversion of solar energy to chemical energy.

- Increases PS 4. High light /short time - Increases PS 5. Senescence - Vegetative to reproductive Photosynthesis Types C3 Plants C4 Plants Crassulacean Acid Metabolism (CAM) Plants Photosynthesis in C 3 Plants Cereals, peanuts, soybeans, Most ornamental plants Bind CO 2 with an enzyme (RUBISCO) that competes with oxygen Inefficient system Photosynthesis in C 4 Plants C 4 Plants grab CO 2 by using a special acid This acid releases CO 2 alone with/


Photosynthesis Part II. Step 2 - Light-Independent Reactions........ Glucose.

is lost through the stomata where carbon dioxide enters If its hot the plants will close the stomata to keep from loosing water but photosynthesis will slow down due to the lack of carbon dioxide Some plants that live in dry areas have special ways to save water and carry out photosynthesis C4 Plants Have a special chemical pathway that gets carbon dioxide into the Calvin/


autotrophs Autotrophs make their own food, by using the sun. The sun causes the plants to make photosynthesis. By Tony Curtis (7A)

the leaves because of the environment changes.  Wow, thats cool! chlorophyll  Is a green pigment found in all plants and trees.  When photosynthesis happens, the chlorophyll gives the plants energy to survive. PhotosynthesisPhotosynthesis is the process when plants take in nutrients and use it to their life. The life of plants depend on photosynthesis to keep the plants alive.  Plant can only do this process when the sun is on the/


IGCSE Plants. Photosynthesis light carbon dioxide+water glucose+oxygen chlorophyll 6H 2 O + 6CO 2 C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2.

Water moves into the guard cells by osmosis and the stoma opens Guard cells stoma During the daytime the rate of photosynthesis is greater than the rate of respiration Day During both the day and night respiration occurs in plants. Night Limiting Factors Photosynthesis is a chemical reaction, its rate depends upon temperature, how much CO 2 is available, light intensity, amount of chlorophyll/


1 of 35© Boardworks Ltd 2011 Photosynthesis. 2 of 35© Boardworks Ltd 2011.

together with light’. 9 of 35© Boardworks Ltd 2011 Photosynthesis 10 of 35© Boardworks Ltd 2011 Photosynthesis is a chemical reaction that takes place in the chloroplasts of green plant cells, where light energy is used to convert carbon dioxide and water into glucose and oxygen. Photosynthesis: summary How can the process of photosynthesis be summarized in one sentence? What is the word equation for this chemical/


By Trent miller.  Photosynthesis is plants making food and energy from water, carbon dioxide and sunlight.

By Trent miller  Photosynthesis is plants making food and energy from water, carbon dioxide and sunlight.  The differences is that plants have cell walls. And that animal cells are round plant cells are rectangle. Also animal cells don’t have chloroplast but a plant cell dose.  Gymnosperms: a plant such as cycad or conifer which seed are enclosed with in an ovary.  Angiosperms: a plant that produce a flower/


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