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Photosynthesis

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Jack Tambert

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Transcript of Photosynthesis

Sunlight
Sunlight, also known as radiant energy, can help produce glucose and oxygen while making the leaves green. The leaves turn green because when sunlight meets the chlorophyll inside the chloroplasts they slowly transform into a beautiful sight.
Photosynthesis
By: Jack Tambert

Carbon Dioxide
Carbon dioxide is exhaled by living organisms and inhaled by plants after plants produce oxygen.
Reactants and Products
Carbon dioxide, water, and sunlight are the reactants in this process. The products are glucose and oxygen.
Chemical Formula
6CO2 + 6H2O + Sunlight = C6H12O6 + 6O2
Glucose and Oxygen
Glucose travels to the roots to help the plant grow. Oxygen will be inhaled by an animal and flow throughout their body.
Water
Water will come from underground and travel through the roots of the designated plant. In a process called photosynthesis, a plant will create glucose and oxygen. Glucose is food or nutrients for the plant to live. Oxygen feeds living organisms in the kingdom of anamalia. The process works by carbon dioxide, sunlight, and water combining inside of the chloroplasts in leaves of a plant.
Photosynthesis Diagram
Water
The chemical formula for water is H2O. About 3/4 of our planet is covered in water. That means we have many resources to live and plants too.
Carbon Dioxide
The chemical formula for carbon dioxide is CO2. Carbon dioxide is almost everywhere on Earth. We inhale almost every different kind of gas atom around us, but our bodies only allow the oxygen into our body systems. We exhale everything except oxygen because that is what we need to live. When we exhale, more Carbon Dioxide is created.
Sunlight
There is no chemical formula for sunlight because it is radiant energy, but if there has not been a sun, then nothing in the solar system would be living.
Oxygen and Glucose
Oxygen and glucose are the final products of the photosynthesis process. They are formed in a slow time period.
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