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  1. jasmynarteaga1
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    in which part of a plant would you expect to find the most chloroplasts and why???

  2. jasmynarteaga1
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    also, what are the raw materials for photsynthesis?

  3. kajolc.2496
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    The leaf because it is the major structure for photosynthesis in a plant. Specifically, in the spongy & palisade mesophyll regions of the leaf.

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    thanks!

  5. kajolc.2496
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    The two main raw materials of photosynthesis are water and carbon dioxide. The two main products are sugar and and oxygen.

  6. kajolc.2496
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    sugar in form of glucose!

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    That's alright Dear :)

  8. jasmynarteaga1
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    thanks again! :D

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