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Transcript of Photosynthesis

Photosynthesis A 3D guide to the natural process Photosynthesis is the process a plant goes through to make it's own food Photosynthesis is the process in which a plant uses the sun to make it's own food The light energy that the plant produces can create a chemical called chlorophyll. Chlorophyll makes the leaves green. The light energy that plants produce a chemical called chlorophyll. Chlorophyll causes the leaves to turn green. There are two types of light reactions
light dependent and light independent. Light dependent reaction is the first stage of photosynthesis. It is the process in which a plant captures light in it's leaves. Light independent is the phase in photosynthesis when carbon dioxide [ CO2 ] and other compounds are converted into glucose [ food for the plants ]. Here is a video to help you remember the process of photosynthesis The Photosynthesis Cycle Sunlight enters the leaves Carbon Dioxide enters the stomata* Water enters the roots *Stomata are the pores on a plants epidermis or stem that allow oxygen and carbon dioxide to flow in and out of the plant. Oxygen leaves the stomata Here is a video to help you remember!!!! Plants tend to grow large leaves to attract enough light for
Photosynthesis. for example the Elephant Eared plant. Elephant Eared Plant As you can see Photosynthesis is a valuable
part of a plant's life. It is the process in which they get
their food.

This process is also important for humans because plants produce oxygen which we need to breath and we also eat animals that need plants for their diet. for example
Grass Cow Humans. by Harriet Place
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