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Photosynthesis VS. A Computer

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A'Nae Kiara Smith

on 13 December 2014

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Transcript of Photosynthesis VS. A Computer

Photosynthesis VS. A Computer
Formula for Photosynthesis:
6 CO2 + 6 H2O + light →> C6H12O6 + 6 O2
carbon dioxide + water + light > sugar (glucose) + oxygen
Light energy from the sun is being converted to
chemical potential energy
. Photosynthesis is a
chemical
process that takes place of sunlight and plants make their food and build
energy
from it. Photosynthesis is important because it helps us breath because it gives off carbon dioxide.
The carbon dioxide is used to create the glucose. The water enters the roots of the plants. The light helps to start the photosynthesis. The glucose is used to help the plants grow. The oxygen is the important product of photosynthesis because it helps us breath and also helps animals live.
Photosynthesis is similar to a computer because a computer has to process all of the information you put into is for an end result of getting your information. In photosynthesis we get oxygen.
An explanation of the energy conversion that occurs in photosynthesis and its importance
Descriptions of the importance of each reactant and product in photosynthesis
A detailed comparison between all of the above details of photosynthesis to the process or subject of your choice
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