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Will you marry me?
Yes! But... you need to know what photosynthesis is...
Well plants get their energy from the sun and produce glucose which is a sugar!
Tell me...what do plants get energy from and what they produce.
Well it takes place in the chloroplast. They need water to survive and breathe in carbon dioxide.
Where does photo synthesis take place? What do they need to survive? And what do plants breathe in?
Too easy! It's the stomata!
What is the fluid in between the chloroplast called?
Last three, What are guard cells? Xylem? And Phloem?
Way too easy! Guard cells are specialized cells in the leaves. Xylem and Phloem are tissues.
Xylem transports water from the roots to the leaf and Phloem transports nutrients like sugars!
They lived happily ever after
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