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The Oxygen Liberated During Photosynthesis by Green Plants Comes From: (A) Glucose (B) Water (C) Carbon Dioxide (D) Chlorophyll - CBSE Class 10 - Science

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Question

The oxygen liberated during photosynthesis by green plants comes from:

(a) glucose
(b) water
(c) carbon dioxide
(d) chlorophyll

Solution

(b) water

During photosynthesis, the water molecule is split into hydrogen and oxygen.

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Solution The Oxygen Liberated During Photosynthesis by Green Plants Comes From: (A) Glucose (B) Water (C) Carbon Dioxide (D) Chlorophyll Concept: Nutrition - Autotrophic Nutrition.
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