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How Plants Make Their Own Food : 

How Plants Make Their Own Food 7th Grade Life Science - Mr. Rudolph

CA State Standard : 

CA State Standard Cell Biology 1. All living organisms are composed of cells, from just one to many trillions, whose details usually are visible only through a microscope. As a basis for understanding this concept: d. Students know that mitochondria liberate energy for the work that cells do and that chloroplasts capture sunlight energy for photosynthesis. Mr. Rudolph - 7th Grade Life Science 10/15/2010

Living Things Need to Eat! : 

Living Things Need to Eat! Plants Need to Eat: Just Like Everything Else That’s Alive! Plants take in: Carbon Dioxide - CO2 Water - H2O Light Plants Make: Sugar - C6H12O2 Oxygen - O2 CO2 + H2O + Light = Sugar (C6H12O6) + O2 Mr. Rudolph - 7th Grade Life Science 10/15/2010

Photosynthesis : 

Photosynthesis Bryan Kotwica, Davey Tree, Bugwood.org Photosynthesis- The process by which plants make food (sugar) using sunlight. Photo = Light Synthesis = Making of The Basics – Plants take in CO2 and H2O. Sunlight energy is captured by Chloroplasts in the plant’s cells and these three products react to form Sugar and Oxygen. Mr. Rudolph - 7th Grade Life Science 10/15/2010

Consider the Following : 

Consider the Following Click on This Link to See a Video that Sums it Up! Mr. Rudolph - 7th Grade Life Science 10/15/2010

Credits : 

Credits Photosynthesis diagram by: Bryan Kotwica, Davey Tree; Bugwood.org Mr. Rudolph - 7th Grade Life Science 10/15/2010

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