Where Do Plants Get Each of the Raw Materials Required for Photosynthesis? - Science

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Where do plants get each of the raw materials required for photosynthesis?

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Solution

The following raw materials are required for photosynthesis:
→ Carbon Dioxide: Plants get CO2 from atmosphere through stomata.
→ Water: Plants absorb water from soil through roots and transport to leaves.
→ Sunlight: Sunlight, which is absorbed by the chlorophyll and other green parts of the plant.

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Chapter 6: Life Processes - Intext Questions [Page 101]

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Chapter 6 Life Processes
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