anonymous
  • anonymous
a. Give the balanced equation of photosynthesis. Tell what are the "reactants" and what are the "products". b. Tell your "reactants" and "products" of your chosen "everyday process". c. Give an explanation of the energy conversion that occurs in photosynthesis and its importance. d. Tell what is converted during your chosen "everyday process." e. Describe the importance of each reactant and product in photosynthesis. f. Tell the importance of each reactant and each product in your chosen "everyday process." g. organization, grammar and spelling @icecreamman
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katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
what is an "everyday process"
anonymous
  • anonymous
i dont understand the meaning of an "everyday process" could you explain further?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I have no idea, thats what I asked help for. @icecreamman flvs sucks

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anonymous
  • anonymous
During the process of photosynthesis plants break apart the reactants of carbon dioxide and water and recombine them to produce oxygen (O2) and a form of sugar called glucose (C6H12O6).
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