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A closer looker at photosynthesis for kids

RJ Hayes

on 1 October 2012

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Transcript of Photosynthesis

Photosynthesis How a plant makes its food. What does it mean? Photo - Light
Synthesis- Putting It all together What does a plant need to make food? Water
Carbon Dioxide Water Obtained by the roots of the
plant. Carbon Dioxide Obtained from animals Sunlight Carbon Dioxide enters the
stomata of the leaf. After photosynthesis
is complete, oxygen is released from the
stomata. Sunlight is absorbed by the
chloraplasts in the leaf. The
chloroplasts create the green
pigment that you see. That is
called chlorophyll. After plants create their sugar, oxygen is sent back out
of the sotmata for animals to breathe. Without plants,
we would not have oxygen. Without animals, plants
would not have carbon dioxide. Quite a relationship
isn't it?
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