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WHY DO PLANTS PHOTOSYNTHESISE?-WHAT WE ALREADY KNOW. by Mind Map: WHY DO PLANTS
PHOTOSYNTHESISE?-WHAT
WE ALREADY KNOW.
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WHY DO PLANTS PHOTOSYNTHESISE?-WHAT WE ALREADY KNOW.

PHOTOSYNTHESIS STARTS HAPPENING ONCE A SEEDLING GROWS LEAVES.

PLANTS TAKE IN CARBON DIOXIDE DURING PHOTOSYNTHESIS.

CHLOROPHYLL, A GREEN PIGMENT, IS NEEDED FOR PHOTOSYNTHESIS

CARBON DIOXIDE ENTERS THROUGH THE STOMATA WHEN IT IS ABSORBED.

WATER IS NEEDED FOR PHOTOSYNTHESIS.

CHLOROPLASTS IN PLANT CELLS CONTAIN CHLOROPHYLL WHICH TRAPS LIGHT.

LIGHT ENERGY IS NEEDED FOR PHOTOSYNTHESIS.