Photosynthesis and plant cells

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    • At the top of the leaf
      • Epidermal tissue helps with gas exchange amd stores water
      • The waxy cuticle prevents water by getting thicker if is has to
    • Palisade Mesophyll cell
      • Packed with many chloroplasts for when photosynthesis occurs
      • At the top of the leaf
        • Epidermal tissue helps with gas exchange amd stores water
        • The waxy cuticle prevents water by getting thicker if is has to
    • CARBON DIOXIDE+WATER--->GLUCOSE+OXYGEN
    • In the middle and bottom of the leaf
      • Stomata lets water vapour and gases in and out of the cell
        • Guard cells regulate the of gas and water exchange, opens the stomata
        • Has air spaces for duffusion of gases water vapour and to take in carbon dioxide for photsynthesis
      • Guard cells regulate the of gas and water exchange, opens the stomata
      • Has air spaces for duffusion of gases water vapour and to take in carbon dioxide for photsynthesis
      • Spongy cell has air spaces to allow gases to diffuse which release and produce CO2 and O2
    • The xylem transports water and nutrients from the roots and the Phloem transports thicker substances
    • THE RATE IS AFFECTED BY:
      • TEMPERATURE
        • Photosynthesis and plant cells
          • Palisade Mesophyll cell
            • Packed with many chloroplasts for when photosynthesis occurs
          • CARBON DIOXIDE+WATER--->GLUCOSE+OXYGEN
          • In the middle and bottom of the leaf
            • Stomata lets water vapour and gases in and out of the cell
              • Spongy cell has air spaces to allow gases to diffuse which release and produce CO2 and O2
            • The xylem transports water and nutrients from the roots and the Phloem transports thicker substances
            • THE RATE IS AFFECTED BY:
              • TEMPERATURE
                • CARBON DIOXIDE
                • LIGHT INTENSITY
          • CARBON DIOXIDE
          • LIGHT INTENSITY
      • TO MAKE PROTEINS THEN TURNED INTO AMINO ACIDS COMBINED WITH NITRATES FROM THE SOIL

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