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1) Water taken up by the ( ROOTS ) of the plant is transported through plants to the leaves an lost into the air.

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2) Plants get CO2 from the air through their leaves, through small holes in the underside of the leaf called ( STOMATA )

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3) Photosynthesis takes place inside plant cells in small things called ( CHLOROPLASTS ). Mostly found in the Messophyll layer.

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4) The process of photosynthesis occurs when green plants use the energy of light to convert to ( Carbon Dioxide ) ( CO2 ) and water ( H2O ) Carbohydrates.

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5) ( Oxygen ) is a product generated during photosynthesis, and exit out through stomata, root cell wall,and other route.

6 ) The term used to describe the process by which plants make sugar is photosynthesis. It comes from the Greek word 'photo' (light) and 'synthesis' (putting together), so in simple terms plants use light to join water and carbon dioxide. As a result of photosynthesis the sugars glucose,

7 ) The final products of photosynthesis are glucose (sugar) and oxygen. The oxygen allows animals and other organisms to breathe and produce energy through cellular respiration. The sugar (food) is also used by other organisms to make energy. Both oxygen and glucose are ingredients in the process of cellular respiration, which all organisms undergo, to make energy.

By: Logan Spencer, T.I.P. , Alexis Perkins