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ep.2

photosynthesis
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TJ Shaffer

on 25 September 2012

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Transcript of ep.2

DATA ANALYSIS: SUN DATA ANALYSIS: EARTH stomata CO and O are breathed in and out of the stomata 2 2 chloroplasts chloroplasts inside the plant cell possess chlorophyll; chloropyhll absorbs the sunlight (photons) to produce sugars for the plant N P K nitrogen phosphorous potassium macronutrients Ca Mg S micronutrients calcium magnesium sulfur CO2 + H20 +photons (CH2O)n + O2 makes ATP and NADPH 2007 1972 1987 climates are affected by rainfall, temperature and atmospheric conditions, along with other variables 2000 how might climates change? how might climates affect access to food? nutrients and water are absorbed through the roots xylem H O is transported through the stem's xylem 2 nutrients are transported through the phloem phloem http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/exhibits/biomes/deserts.php references http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2010/10/101006-sun-activity-climate-change-global-warming-environment-space-science/ the desert experiences temperature extremes due to low humidity to block the sun's harsh rays the rate at which water evaporates exceeds the rate that rain falls temperatures:
- 18 C in winter
to 49 C in summer rainfall:
in the Sahara, rain falls less than 1.5cm/year habitats can be dramatically altered by human behavior in this climate, plants fiercely compete for maximum amount of sunlight as discussed last class, the autotrophs (plants) produce food for the consumers (caterpillars) which will be eaten by tertiary consumers (bird) rainforests possess a very unique biome that includes a great deal of biodiversity rainforests will have close to 12 hours of sunlight per day all year round there is little penetration of light in a rainforest, therefore trees and plants compete to reach toward the sun because of their position near the earth's equator, rainforests will experience large amounts of rain and stay relatively warm all year photo - synthesis photo means "light" synthesis means "to make from" incoming challenge! how far does light travel to strike a plant here on earth? incoming challenge! name the macronutrients MISSION ONE: Operation Tonatiuh "movement of the sun" mayor gets sunburn builds dome around city http://prezi.com/tgp7arzlfeqj/the-agrinauts-gaming-experience/
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