Plants and photosynthesis

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Why do plants need to perform photosynthesis?
To grow and develop, to store energy for the winter because it gets darker.
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What is the word equation for photosynthesis?
Carbon dioxide + water --> glucose + oxygen
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What is the symbol equation for photosynthesis?
co2 + h2o --> C6 H12 O6 + O2
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What do the guard cells do?
allow the stoma to open and close.
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What does the stoma let in and out ?
it lets co2 (carbon dioxide) in and o2 (oxygen) out
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What does the spongy mesophyll do?
allo
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What does the spongy mesophyll do?
allows the gasses to
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What does the spongy mesophyll do?
allows the gasses to move in and out of the cells
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What does the spongy mesophyll do?
allows the gasses to move in and out of the cells
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What do the guard cells do?

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What does the stoma let in and out ?

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