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Photosynthesis

TermDefinition
Oxygen a waste product produced by plants during photosynthesis that animals use for respiration
Photosynthesis the process in which plants use sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide to produce sugar and release oxygen
Carbon Dioxide a gas produced by cells during respiration; used in photosynthesis to produce sugars
Radiant Energy energy from the Sun that reaches Earth as visible light and ultraviolet and infrared (heat) radiation
Nutrient Transport delivery of nutrients throughout the soil to the plant
Stem the part of the plant that connects the roots with the leaves and branches; transports water and nutrients
Root a part of a plant that grows into the ground, absorbs water, and holds the plant in place
Leaves part of the plant that is attached to the stem that captures sunlight in order to make food
Glucose a compound plants use as food; sugar
Molecule the smallest form of a compound
Atom the smallest part of an element
Energy the ability to do work
Chemical Compound when two or more elements combine
Chemical Reaction when atoms link together in new ways to form a new substance; chemical change
Reactant the beginning substances in a chemical reaction
Created by: jackie_mulkey