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Tess Byrne's awesome photosynthesis comic strip
Updated: 6/14/2018
Tess Byrne's awesome photosynthesis comic strip
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  • Hey I'm the sun and I'm going to take you on the journey of photosynthesis.
  • First my sunlight travels to the plant, then it takes in carbon dioxide and sucks up water from the earth with its roots.
  • Once I have reached the leaf the Chlorophyll captures my energy and uses it to make sugars out of carbon dioxide from the air, and water from its roots. The sugar fuels a plant's roots, stems, and leaves so the plant can grow. This process is called photosynthesis.
  • Photosynthesis takes place in the leaves. Leaves have tiny pores called stomata which lets the carbon dioxide enter it leaves.
  • Plant cells contain tiny structures called chloroplasts that contain chlorophyll.
  • Oxygen then leaves the plant through the stomata.
  • The extra glucose produced is stored by the plant in the form of starch for the later usage.
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