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photosynthesis process by which plants use sunlight water and carbon dioxide to create a oxygen and glucose (sugar) and water vapor
carbon dioxde gas is used by plants during photosynthesis
leaf in which part of the plant where most of the photosynthesis process takes place
oxygen which gas is released by plants during photosynthsis
chlorophyll the chemical pigment found in the chloroplast that makes the leaves of plants green in color
transpirtion the moment of water vapor out of a plant and into the air
sunlight radiant energy that starts the process of photosynthesis turning radiant energy into chemical energy
phototropism the way a plant grows or moves in response of light [bends near light]
gravitropism the way a plant grows or moves in response to gravity [plants roots grow down stem grow up]
hydrorpism the way a pant grows or moves to the response of water[root moves near water]
thigmotropism the way a plant grows or moves in response of touch[growing vines]
chemical energy in photosynthsis Glucose
Chloroplast plant cell that uses light energy to make chemical energy
Guard cell Pairs of cells that surround stomata and control their opening and closing
Respiration the opposite of photosynthesis.. what animals do. is a series of chemical reactions that breakdown food molecules and releases energy and carbon dioxide
formula for photosynthesis 6CO2 (CARBON DIOXIDE) + 6H20 (WATER) + LIGHT ENERGY => C6H1206 (GLUCOSE) + 602 (OXYGEN) + WATER VAPOR
Created by: KallyEvans