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Formula Water + Carbon Dioxide + Light Energy -> Glucose + Oxygen 6H2O + 6CO2 + Light Energy -> C6H12O6 + 6O2
3 Compounds Used in Photosynthesis Carbon Dioxide Water Glucose
3 Elements Needed to Form Glucose Hydrogen Oxygen Carbon
Main function is to make protein Ribosomes
Control center of a cell; holds DNA Nucleus
Makes energy by breaking down glucose Mitochondria
Made of cellulose; used in plants to help with turgor pressure Cell Wall
Storage site of water in a cell Vacuole
Cells that open and close the stomata Guard Cells
Where photosynthesis occurs; filled with chlorophyll Chloroplasts
Contains the xylem and phloem of a plant Stem
Support a plant; absorbs water/minerals; stores extra glucose Roots
Site where oxygen and carbon dioxide enter/exit a plant cell wall stomata
An organism that makes its own food Autotroph