Photosynthesis - Johana Lopez
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Chloroplast in the leaf goes on a mission to look for 3 things: Sunlight, Carbon Dioxide (CO2), and Water.
Sunlight is captured by the Chloroplast which contains the Guard Cells. Sunlight enters through the thin plant leafs and the sunlight gets stored.
The Stomata opens and captures the Carbon Dioxide.
Water is taken from the roots which Xylem and Phloem are located at. The Stomata opens to let the water in. Roots grow to find water and water is carried up to the stem and leaves.
The Chloroplast in the leaf will take the Water, Sunlight, and Carbon Dioxide to make Glucose (sugar) and Oxygen.
The plant uses sugar for food. Humans and other organisms use oxygen to live.
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