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Transcript of Photosynthesis Webquest
What is it? The relevance of Photosynthesis to Earth's Inhabitants If you didn't get that...
Here is a song Photosynthesis A Prezi by Chris & Gabe Photosynthesis is the process in which plants convert the energy of the sun into chemical energy A Quick Overview: Photosynthesis is vital to the Earth's functioning;
- Plants receive chemical energy from photosynthesis. In turn, when we eat plants we receive that chemical energy
- Oxygen is compulsory to human survival, plants take in Co2 which they turn in to glucose, the bi-product is Oxygen which we need to survive. In turn, plants thus receive the nutrients that 'they' need to survive Chris Chris Chris Chris How it works Inputs: Carbon Dioxide, Water, Sunlight
Light- The chlorophyll take in solar energy from the sun and turn it into ATP & NADPH.
Dark- Carbon Dioxide is taken in in the stoma. It is then converted to Glucose.
Outputs: Oxygen, Heat, Glucose Why is sunlight important?
The sun provides warmth for us that allows
us to survive on Earth, without the sun the temperature would be around approximately
-280°c. It provides energy for photosynthesis so plants can exist, the sun provides gravity Earth. 6 CO2 + 12 H2O C6H12O6 + 6 O2 + 6 H2O
Thus it is why we shouldn't
release the sun blocking chemical