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The formula for photosynthesis 6co2+6h2o+light->c6h12o2+6o2
photosynthesis process by which plants use radiant energy to convert crabon dioxide and water into chemical energy.
glucose formula c6h12o6
respiration is the opposite. To photosynthesize plants need carbon dioxide,water,and sunlight to make glucose and oxygen required elements carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen
petals colorful for attracting pollinators.
stamen males flowers reproductive system.
wilt when a plant loses turgur pressure
what elements are needed to form glucose oxygen,carbon, and hydrogen
main function to make protein ribosomes
control center of the cell nucleus
makes energy by breaking down glucose mitochondria
made of cellulose used in plants to help with turgur pressure cell wall
storage site of water in a cell water vacuole
cell that opens and closes the stomata guard cell
where photosynthesis occurs filled with chlorophyll chloroplasts
contains the xylem and phloem of a plant stem
supports a plant ROOTS
site where oxygen and carbon dioxide is entered and exited stomata
an organism that makes its own food autotroph
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