Wednesday, 21 July 2021

Produce chlorophyll or food by photosynthesis moisture

  Produce chlorophyll or food by photosynthesis moisture



 You may also see an umbel or moisture-filled drupe when the wood decomposes during the rainy season. Let's find out what kind of nutrients they get and where they get it.  The fungus picture on the bed receives nutrition in the packet and rotten form of the mushroom.  They secrete digestive juices on mushrooms dropped on dead and decomposing matter and turn into a solution.

 Then they absorb nutrients from it.  What kind of nutrition Boojho wants to know from the solution of dead and decomposing matter, how do these organisms get nutrition?  Receiving nutrition is called saprotrophic.

 They do not have mouths like animals.  They are called nutrition.  Plants that do not have parasitic nutrition such as green plants because they have a system called saprotrophs.

 Do not make chlorophyll or food by photosynthesis.  It grows on pickles, leather, clothing or many other things that are left in warm or comfortable places for a long time.  Activity Take a piece of bread.  Wet it with water.  Keep it in a warm and moist place for 2-3 days until it looks like a fluffy spot.

 The spot is white, first eager for a harvest, or in the rainy season its beautiful shoes which can be green, brown or any other color.  Oh! That is the matter.

 Wearing it only on special occasions caused fungal stains to be overgrown by microscopic or even crystal glass.  See what he wants to know.  Pay attention to the comments in your notebook.  Most likely, suddenly in the rainy season you will see a fungus resembling a piece of bread.  can be seen?  These organisms are called fungi.  they are different sciences. 

 Plant photosynthesis with soluble form nitroge and water



 Test both plants with iodine.  is done for your synthesis.  But note that the protein is a nitrogenous puccinum.  Now, if the plant was kept in the dark, that substance is, where does the plant get nitrogen from?  Remember, put plenty of nitrogen gas in the air, keep it near me for 14 days and test again with iodine.  The form is in your notebook, but pay attention to the overview of its vegetable nitrogen.  cannot be absorbed. 

 The part of the soil that is not green in some leaves also contains chlorophyll bacteria, which use gaseous nitrogen.  Red, brown and other pigments turn the green into a removable form and obscure the free color in the soil.  It is also in the leaves.  This soluble form of nitrogen is found in plant photosynthesis with water.  You must have also observed that farmers add nitrogen rich fertilizers to the soil.  Thus the plant contains nitrogen and other components.  meets the requirement.

 Thus, plants can synthesize components other than carbohydrates, such as proteins and fats.  Other types of poira (other forms of nutrition in plants) secretory are different colored plants. There are some plants that are chlorophyll-free, but not viscous in pools or stagnant water.  They cannot cook their own food.  I see green palms.  How can they live and develop normally?  And from where do they get their nutrition?  This organism is called algae.  Can you guess lilac green is found on food produced by plants?

 They have chlorophyll which gives them their green colour.  Parasitic nutrition, it gets nourishment.  The tree it climbs is called a 'host' rather than a carbohydrate.  The host parasite synthesizes carbohydrates as it learns that it takes its nutrients from the plant through the action of photosynthesis.

 Say carbohydrates.  Are we and other animals also made of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen on plants.  Are you a parasite?  Think about it and discuss with the teacher what other ingredients, such as proteins and fats, are used.

 More about life on Earth without photosynthesis



 Kopo Cell Center Kosaras 'You have seen that the tall building is made of bricks.  Similarly, the body is made up of very small units, which are destroyed by the cell.  Kopo can only be seen under a microscope.  Some microbes are composed of only one species.  Cells are wrapped in a thin layer called a cell membrane.  Each cell has a nucleus called the nucleus.  Surrounding the cell nucleus is a jelly-like substance called the cytoplasm.

 Cellular level figure The green pigment is found in leaves through tiny pores in the cell plant that take up carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.  These pores are called chlorophyll and the leaf is covered by solar energy shielding cells.  Which helps in the absorption of foliage.  This energy is called carbon.  It is used to make food from dioxide and water.

 Hence we can say that chlorophyll, sunlight, carbon dioxide and water are important for the process of photosynthesis.  Solar energy travels through the leaf and into the leaf through which water is absorbed and absorbed, and minerals stored as food are transported to the plant.  They take a continuous path.  Thus, the sun creates the energy or path for all living things.  Nutrients are a unique source of leaf access.

 Yes, you can more imagine life on Earth without photosynthesis.  Can you imagine any food without photosynthesis?  Want to know first of all, no.  The survival of almost all organisms depends, directly or indirectly, on the food produced by plants.  On the other hand all that oxygen?  It is produced by photosynthesis, which is essential for the existence of living things.

 In the absence of photosynthesis, what is so special about the leaves of the earth that it can synthesize food and not other parts of plants!  But life is impossible.

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