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the reaction between carbon dioxide+water turn into oxygen and glucose. photosynthesis
the reaction of glucose and oxygen turning into carbon dioxide and energy and water cellular respiration
it makes the plant green chlorophyll
chloroplasts contain chlorophyll chloroplasts
potassium makes the leaves strong potassium
magnesium makes sure the leaves dont turn yellow magnesium
phosphorus is used to make DNA inside every cell phosphorus
sulfur is used to make protein sulfur
calcium helps the fruit grow and bud formation calcium
nitrogen is used to make all the proteins that allow the plant to make new cells nitrogen
zinc is only used in small amounts by plants zinc
boron is only used in small amounts by plants boron
stomata are tiny holes to let carbon dioxide enter the plant stomata
transpiration is the process of losing water vapor through the leaves of a plant transpiration
Created by: GR@C!3