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Organisms in the Environment

What is the word equation for photosynthesis? Carbon Dioxide + Water = Glucose + Oxygen
What is the process for photosynthesis? 1. CO2 is taken in by the leaves & water is taken in by the roots. 2. Chlorophyll traps light energy needed for photsynthesis 3. Energy is used to convert CO2 and water into glucose
Name three limiting factors of photsythesis Lack of light, Coldness/Temperature, Lack of carbon dioxide
Name 5 ways that plants use glucose Converted into insoluble starch for storage, Respiration, Converted into fats and oils for storage, To produce cellulose (to strengthen cell walls), To produce proteins
Name 6 physical factors which may affect the distribution of organisms Temperature, Availability of nutrients, Amount of light, Availability of water, Availability of oxygen, Availability of carbon dioxide
Name two types of obtaining quantitative data Random quantitative sampling using a quadrat Sampling along a transect
Created by: bhbryden