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What is one of the ‘ingredients’ for photosynthesis?

  1. Sugar (Glucose)
  2. Oxygen
  3. Carbon Dioxide
  4. Yeast

hintHint:

The gas which we release out during breathing or respiration.

The correct answer is: Carbon Dioxide


    Carbon dioxide
    • During photosynthesis, plants take carbon dioxide and water from the air and soil.

    • Within the plant cell, the water is oxidised, means loses electrons. And carbon dioxide is reduced, means it gains electrons.
    • This transforms, the water into oxygen and carbon dioxide into glucose.

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