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Robo-Butler, what are these green things? On Neptune we do not have these things. Also why do the humans need them so?
Those are plants sir. The humans need them to breathe as they produce the oxygen.
In the process of photosynthesis sir.
How do they produce this oxygen?
What is photosynthesis?
First, the sun strikes the leaf. It’s the first step, but I will get back to that later. Secondly the carbon dioxide that we breathe out enter through pores called the stomata. Then these go to the chloroplast. And also water comes up through the roots to the chloroplast via xylem. Once these items all meet in the chloroplast, where the magic happens. The chlorophyll(located in the chloroplast)and water help turn the carbon dioxide into glucose and oxygen. The oxygen later leaves through the stomata. And the glucose goes down to the roots through the phloem and is later used for energy. But what gives the plant the energy to do the impressive task of photosynthesis? The sun or solar energy helps charge the plant to do this.
You're welcome sir
Wow! That is so cool! Plants are like little machine making their own food! Thanks Robo- Butler!
Maybe Earth won't be so bad after all!
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