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photosynthesis

photosynthesis Sentence Examples

  • When that condition is attained, photosynthesis slows down and ceases.

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  • Photosynthesis commences in the presence of light, carbon dioxide and when the plant is subjected to a suitable temperature.

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  • Photosynthesis would not be possible if plants did not have the green tint that is given by chlorophyll.

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  • Plants can survive with water, sunlight, and carbon dioxide because of photosynthesis.

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  • Thanks to the process of photosynthesis, plants produce the food we eat are oxygen we breathe.

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  • Plant Lamps - These lights are used to promote photosynthesis within plants, encouraging quicker growth.

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  • The photosynthesis process generates energy and when burned, plants release their energy.

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  • Photosynthesis is what converts light energy from the sun into chemical energy for plants.

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  • The plant died because not enough sunlight was reaching it and photosynthesis could not occur.

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  • This direct sunlight stimulates the plant's cells to produce the food it needs through photosynthesis to build a strong root system and produce fruit.

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  • As plants grow, they use the process of photosynthesis to thrive and grow.

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  • They are able to produce their own food through the process of photosynthesis.

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  • Green plants are able to make their own food in a process is called photosynthesis.

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  • As the action of the chlorophyll apparatus is directly dependent upon light, and the immediate result of its activity is the building up of complex compounds, it has become usual to speak of the processes it sets up under the name of photosynthesis.

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  • Baeyers hypothesis was entertained by botanists partly because it explained the gaseous interchanges accompanying photosynthesis.

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  • The dissolved CO 2 in the oceans is used by marine biota in photosynthesis.

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  • byproduct of photosynthesis in plants.

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  • carbon dioxide from air and light, in a process known as photosynthesis.

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  • chloroplasts used for photosynthesis are also easy to see.

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  • chloroplasts in plants and cyanobacteria which are capable of a form of photosynthesis.

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  • As the action of the chlorophyll apparatus is directly dependent upon light, and the immediate result of its activity is the building up of complex compounds, it has become usual to speak of the processes it sets up under the name of photosynthesis.

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  • During photosynthesis, plants absorb the sun's energy.

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  • Plants absorb sunlight during photosynthesis.

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  • Increase in CO 2 does not translate into an increased in carbon fixation in photosynthesis; no increase is likely in the longer term.

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  • Plants use the sunâs energy to fix carbon by photosynthesis and dissolved phosphorus and nitrogen to help build proteins.

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  • Firstly, would you expect O 2 concentration to affect photosynthesis?

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  • It has been developed to block out sunlight and reduce photosynthesis, preventing weed and unwanted plant growth.

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  • Draw the carbon cycle to show the processes including photosynthesis, respiration, combustion, and fossilization.

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  • The algae part of the lichen provides food to the fungus using photosynthesis.

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  • For a long time they were regarded algae since they performed photosynthesis.

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  • Humans now appropriate 40 per cent of the planet's organic matter produced by photosynthesis.

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  • The transition from anoxygenic to oxygenic photosynthesis involved an extension of the existing system, whereby new reactions were added on to existing ones.

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  • efficient photosynthesis is a key to increasing crop yields per hectare especially where land area available for cropping is limited.

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  • Ecological assumptions entered into the models that were then used to predict evapotranspiration and net photosynthesis.

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  • One, presented at the recent Oxford Venturefest event, is based on artificial photosynthesis.

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  • photosynthesis experiments, in a fish tank?

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  • photosynthesis process are not yet on the market.

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  • photosynthesis stops, the 14 C decays and is not replaced.

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  • photosynthesis Transpiration respiration.

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  • By far the biggest influences are plant and animal respiration and plant photosynthesis.

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  • photosynthesis of plants and promote forest and agricultural growth.

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  • photosynthesis of phytoplankton and relate to P. minor abundance.

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  • photosynthesis Photosynthesis as a process in which light energy is used in the synthesis of organic molecules.

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  • Plants, including the phytoplankton, remove carbon dioxide for use in photosynthesis.

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  • Symptoms include reduced root growth, and inhibition of various physiological processes including transpiration, respiration and photosynthesis.

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  • It is needed for photosynthesis and keeping the cells turgid.

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  • It has broader leaflets (to increase photosynthesis in shady conditions) than the tufted vetch.

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  • Photos ynthesis.In the presence of light and when the plant is subjected to a suitable temperature, photosynthesis commences, provided that the plant has access to air containing its normal amount of carbon dioxide, about 3 parts, or rather less, in 10,000.

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  • Baeyers hypothesis was entertained by botanists partly because it explained the gaseous interchanges accompanying photosynthesis.

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  • The first visible carbohydrate formed, one which appears so rapidly on the commencement of photosynthesis as to have been regarded as the first evidence of the setting up of the process, is starch.

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  • Only the " free " carbonic acid and that of the bicarbonate can be utilized in the process of photosynthesis by the diatoms and alga.

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  • The carbonic acid is taken from solution and then bicarbonate (usually that of magnesium) dissociates into carbonic acid and normal carbonate, and the process of photosynthesis ceases when there is no more bicarbonate in solution.

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  • Pure water, then, has a hydrogen-ion concentration of io 7 but sea-water gives (because of the mixture of the salts in solution) the concentration 108 ' 2 and when photosynthesis by the larger alga, or diatoms, is very active this figure falls to about 109 ' 1.

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  • Symptoms include reduced root growth, and inhibition of various physiological processes including transpiration, respiration and photosynthesis.

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  • photosynthesis in plants.

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  • It has broader leaflets (to increase photosynthesis in shady conditions) than the Tufted vetch.

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  • It is needed for photosynthesis and keeping the cells turgid.

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  • Photosynthesis is what converts light energy from the sun into chemical energy for plants.

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  • Photosynthesis is what converts light energy from the sun into chemical energy for plants.

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  • When that condition is attained photosynthesis slows down and ceases.

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  • This corresponds to an increased alkalinity represented by about 2 c.c. of N/ 100 standard alkali, and that difference means that the carbon of about 8.8 milligrammes of carbonic acid has been built up (by photosynthesis) into carbohydrate during the period during which the change in alkalin ity proceeded.

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  • Therefore an increase in photosynthesis caused by the multiplication of plant microorganisms will lead to the precipitation of calcium carbonate, for carbonic acid will be withdrawn from solution to take part in carbohydrate synthesis by the plants.

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  • Priestley and Lavoisier, at the close of the 18th century, made possible the scientific study of plant-nutrition, though Jan Ingenhousz in 1779 discovered that plants incessantly give out carbonic acid gas, but that the green leaves and shoots only exhale oxygen in sunlight or clear daylight, thereby indicating the distinction between assimilation of carbonic acid gas (photosynthesis) and respiration.

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