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Photosynthesis and C

organisms living things
chlorophyll a green substance in plant leaves that captures energy from the sun
carbon dioxide a gas in the atmosphere that plants use during the process of photosynthesis
stomata tiny holes in the leaves of a plant that allow gases to enter or leave the plant
photosynthesis the process in which plants use energy from the sun to make their own food
carbon dioxide-oxygen cycle the movement of carbon dioxide and oxygen between organisms and the air
roots plant parts that hold a plant in place and take in water and nutrients
stem a plant part that holds leaves up and moves water and nutrients throughout the plant
leaf a plant part that carries out photosynthesis to make food for the plant
carbon cycle the movement of carbon on Earth by the processes of respiration and photosynthesis
oxygen a gas produced by plants during photosynthesis that animals use for respiration
respiration a process by which animals use oxygen and food to make energy and carbon dioxide
bubble gas or air in a liquid
elodea an aquatic plant
Created by: twaller