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... effect on the rate of photosynthesis, and i was wondering whether or not you could suggest a website that i could use to get a good description of photosynthesis and relevant information to the aspect.? if you could suggest any good helpful websites on photosynthesis, then it would greatly help in ... kind regards, Lorna x x x x x Try these: http://www.sciencenet.org.uk/database/bio/plants/photosynthesis/photosynthesis.html http://www.cix.co.uk/~argus/Dreambio/photosynthesis/photosynthesis%201.htm (more detailed - A level site) http://www.learn.co.uk/default.asp?WCI=Unit&WCU=3533 http://www ...
photosynthesis what is the effect of light intensity, temperature and concentration of carbon dioxide on the rate of photosynthesis? Increasing light intensity will increase photosynthesis, as will increasing carbon dioxide. Temperature will increase photosynthesis up to a point, but above about ... enzymes will be denatured and photosynthesis will (eventually) stop. Note, though, that ALL of these factors affect photosynthesis at the same time, but at any one time only one will be 'limiting' e.g. increasing light intensity SHOULD increase photosynthesis, but it won't if there is very little ...
Essay on photosynthesis i have to write an essay on photosynthesis, could you tell me what sort of things i would include. Factors needed for photosynthesis Factors that affect the RATE of photosynthesis, and the concept of limiting factors Structure of the leaf related to its function of carrying ... photosynthesis The biochemistry of photosynthesis - light dependent reaction, light independent reaction, cytochrome chain. Structure of a chloroplast linked to its function This would be a fairly comprehensive essay. Normally, when you are set an essay, it is not as wide ranging as 'photosynthesis ...

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reaction in photosynthesis (1)described the cyclic reaction in the light dependent reaction in the photosynthesis. (2) described me the light independent reaction in photosysnthesis I'm not quite sure qhy you are asking about this - this is basic information that can be found in any text book. It is ... with on the following sites: http://www.rsc.org/education/teachers/learnnet/cfb/photosynthesis.htm http://www.compulink.co.uk/~argus/Dreambio/photosynthesis/photosynthesis%201.htm
Affect of temperature on photosynthesis How does temperature affect the rate of photosynthesis? I did an experiment by counting the bubbles produced but the result was inaccurate and now i need to make a report about the affect of temperature on photosynthesis with an accurate result and i don't ... another experiment. Photosynthesis hardly occurs at all at very low temperatures. Above about 15 degrees it will steadily increase, but at high temperatures it will stop altogether. This would probably happen at around 40-50 degrees. This is for two reasons. At very high temperatures (more like 60 ...
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Oxygen Oxygen is a by-product of photosynthesis. Suggest and outline a method that could be used to determine whether this oxygen comes from carbon dioxide or water?? hi fiona i am positive that this is the answer ur looking 4; the process of photosynthesis can be summarized as follows: 6 CO2 + 12 ... from a study of photosynthesis in bacteria rather than in plants by C. B. van Niel in the 1930s. One group of bacteria required hydrogen sulfide (H2S) rather than water (H2O) for photosynthesis. He found that these bacteria carried out the following reaction during photosynthesis: CO2 + 2 H2S --- ...
Photosynthesis I have to give a detailed description of the processes of photosynthesis and respiration. I really need some help on this and ant easy to read books or websites For photosynthesis, try this: http://www.sambal.co.uk/photosynthesis.html for respiration, try: http://www.purchon.com ...
Information on respiration Where can i find more information on respiration and photosynthesis? Thanks! Gas exchange in plants Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration http://www.s-cool.co.uk/topic_index.asp?subject_id=3 Plants, like all other living organisms, need to make use of stored chemical ... found in the soil into sugars plus oxygen, via photosynthesis, aided by the molecule chlorophyll. Here's a web page with lots of photosynthesis links to learn more about this fascinating reaction. Plants can only perform photosynthesis during the daytime, and leafy trees drop their leaves in the ...
Photosynthesis! (OCR) I recently got a piece of homework to do on the photosynthesis topic (OCR), it is an essay question. The question is : Describe how a leaf is adapted to photosynthsis? Could you please tell me what kind of things i should include in my essay to gain optimum marks. The essay is ... to it when giving an account of how each tissue is adapted to aid photosynthesis. Briefly (you will need to develop this more), the adaptations are these: Lower epidermis - stomata which allow the CO2 needed for photosynthesis in. Spongy mesophyll - spaces so that CO2 can reach palisade layer (main ...
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rate of photosynthesis for my coursework i hav to investigate the affect of light intensity on rate of photosynthesis the experiment has been done and evrything i jus need scientific information for my conclusion and evaluation... help? xx Light provides the energy for photosynthesis. The energy is ... chemical energy in the form of glucose. The light is absorbed by the chlorophyll and the energy is used to drive the light dependent stage of photosynthesis which produces ATP and NADPH2. These are used in the light independent stage to produce glucose. The more light energy that hits the plant, the ...
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