Very well, Jhon, hey, have you heard about photosynthesis?
Hello Alexa, how are you.
well I explain to you,
I do not know much about that
What is that?
Photosynthesis is a process by which plants produce organic substances from carbon dioxide and water in the presence of chlorophyll
The photosynthesis is made in the leaves and green stems of the plant, in special structures of plant cells: chloroplasts. These organelles contain chlorophyll, a green pigment that is sensitive to light energy and uses it efficiently to trigger photosynthesis.
There are several faces that photosynthesis has, the light phase to the dark phase
How interesting, and what more information do you know?
The luminous phase receives this name because all the reactions that occur during it depend on the presence of light. This is captured by chlorophyll allowing photolysis to take place, a reaction in which the water unfolds into hydrogen and oxygen. As a result of this reaction, oxygen is released into the environment and hydrogen is used in other reactions that occur within the same process. The dark phase receives this name because the reactions that happen in it do not depend directly on the light, but this does not mean that it happens during the night. This phase requires compounds formed during the light phase, in addition to the carbon dioxide that is taken from the environment. The latter is combined with the hydrogen released in photolysis and other compounds to form glucose, a simple carbohydrate.
You're welcome Jhon, I was glad to have shared this information, hopefully it will serve you very soon.
I did not know that the plants could do that, thanks for the Alexa information, it will be useful for my future classes