Ice worms and photosynthesis

Ice worms and photosynthesis

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  • Do you want to know something great? Have you ever noticed that plants do not have to look for food to eat? They make their food themselves through a process called photosynthesis. We are going to look for some ice worms and I will tell you on the way!
  • I think I know what photosynthesis is! Isn't when the plants use sunlight to make their food?
  • Hurry up i want my Ice Worms!
  • YES! That is true, but there is a more broken down process to go through. Let me explain!
  • Ohhhh okay I understand now. Can we please get some Ice Worms now??
  • Photosynthesis takes place in the chloroplast and is the process that converts sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide to glucose and oxygen.
  • It also uses ATP to generate the glucose and oxygen.
  • Yay! I understand. Thanks for letting me know more about photosynthesis!    
  • No problem bro! Now lets get some Ice Worms!
  • Don't forget about photosynthesis while you eat the ice worms! What's the equation?
  • 6CO2 + 6H2O + light energy = C6H12O6 + 6O2. The Ice Worms are amazing!!
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