Asked in Biology, Photosynthesis
What are some limiting factors of the photosynthesis process?
there are not many limiting factors of photosynthesis it is the changing of water into sugar by sunlight which the plant then feeds off of to thrive and live off of ...
Asked in Biology, Ecosystems, Wetlands
What is the role of hydrilla experiment in the law of limiting factors?
The law of limiting factors is that at a given time, only the factor that is most limiting among all will determine the rate of photosynthesis. The role of the hydrilla experiment in the law is that it shows how photosynthesis works in the form of oxygen bubbles. ...
Asked in Photosynthesis
Why does the rate of photosynthesis stays the same at a certain temperature?
The rate of photosynthesis stays the same because other factors such as carbon dioxide and temperature become limiting ...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology, Photosynthesis
Factors Affecting Photosynthesis?
The limiting factors which affect photosynthesis are: 1.Temperature - the rate of reaction increases; with heat the molecules move about and come together faster. Photosynthesis also involves a series of enzyme-catalysed reactions. Enzymes have an optimum temperature or a temperature at which they work best, so this will also affect the rate of photosynthesis. 2. Light Intensity- the amount of light in the environment varies greatly between night and day. Light is usually the limiting factor from dusk until dawn. 3. Availability of water...