Photosynthesis Comic Strip
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Photosynthesis is the process that converts sunlight to chemical energy, and then stores it in sugar (glucose) from carbon dioxide and water.
Photosynthesis takes place in the chloroplast inside of plant cells.
Carbon dioxide enters and water exits through tiny pores called stomata. Cells called Guard Cells close the stomata at night to keep the plant from losing too much water.
Cells called Guard Cells close the stomata at night to keep the plant from losing too much water.
Xylem transports water from a plants roots to it's leaves. Without xylem photosynthesis would not have water.
Phloem carries the products of photosynthesis (sucrose and glucose) from the plants leaves to other parts of the plant.
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