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1-Photosynthesis *

Photosynthesis *

oxygen gas breathed out of a plant after photosynthesis
photosynthesis a process when plants use sunshine, water, and carbon dioxide to make sugar for food
carbon dioxide gas breathed out by animals and breathed in by plants for photosynthesis
radiant energy energy from the Sun and used by plants to grow and make energy
nutrient transport how energy moves through plants
stem the part of the plant that holds the plant up and moves the energy around
root a part of a plant that grows into the ground, soaks up the water, and keeps the plan from falling over
leaves part of the plant that captures sunlight in order to make food
glucose what plants use as food; sugar
chemical change when atoms link together in new ways to form a new substance; chemical reaction
Created by: jackie_mulkey