Plants make food using photosynthesis. This needs light, carbon dioxide and water. It produces glucose, and oxygen as a by-product. Leaves are adapted to carry out photosynthesis.
What are the products of photosynthesis?
Carbon dioxide and water
Glucose and oxygen
What colour is chlorophyll?
Where does photosynthesis take place?
In the chloroplasts
In the cell wall
In the nucleus
What are the reactants of photosynthesis?
Carbon dioxide and oxygen
When do plants respire?
During the day only
During the day and night
During the night only
When do plants photosynthesise?
What are the cells near the top of leaves called?
Root hair cells
Red blood cells
What does xylem carry?
What do stomata do?
Stop carbon dioxide diffusing into leaves
Allow oxygen to diffuse into leaves
Allow carbon dioxide to diffuse into leaves
How are root hair cells adapted?
Huge surface area
Lots of chloroplasts
Have no cell wall