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PHOTOSYNTHESIS: During photosynthesis, chlorophyll and other pigments from leaves of a plant, capture energy from sunlight.
The cells then use this energy, and mix it with water from the soil, and carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, to produce sugar for the plant, and oxygen for us.
Photosynthesis Equation: 6CO2 + 6H2O -----) C6H12O6 + 6O2
RESPIRATION: Plants breath through the tiny pores under the surface of their leaves called stomata. The stomata opens or closes to exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide with the atmosphere.
The carbon dioxide from the air is taken in through the stomata in the leaves. The carbon dioxide is used for various cellular activities and oxygen is produced. The oxygen is let out the leaves through the stomata.
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