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Unit 4

What is Photosynthesis The process a plant uses to transfer energy from the sun into glucose (food) for the plant
Reactants of Photosynthesis (What goes into Photosynthesis)? CO2 (carbon dioxide) and H2O (water) and light
Products of Photosynthesis (What comes out of Photosynthesis)? C6H12O6 (glucose) and O2 (oxygen)
What colors of light does photosynthesis occurs at the greatest rate? Blue and Red
What color of light does photosynthesis do the worst? Green because it doesn't absorb the color
What is the Xylem? Transports water from the roots to the leaves
What is the Phloem? Transports sugar from the leaves to the roots
What is the fastest growing part of the plant? Roots
Where does photosynthesis occur? In the chloroplasts of the leaves
What are the stomata? Pores or openings underneath the leaf to allow gases to enter and leave
What are guard cells? Cells that control the opening and closing of the stomata (openings)
Created by: jafulle3