Can photosynthesis occur at Saturn or Mars?
Photosynthesis could not occur at Saturn or Mars because there are not the needed products. These products include carbon dioxide, water and sunlight.
Mars, it is the fourth planet Saturn is the sixth.
Of the planets Uranus, Saturn, Neptune, and Mars, Mars is the smallest.
1. Saturn is much larger, with a diameter 56 times that of Mars. Mars, however, is denser. 2. Saturn has a yellowish tint, while Mars is reddish. 3. Saturn has rings of ice and dust. 4. Saturn has at least 62 moons, one of them (Titan) 3/4 the size of Mars - Mars has 2 small moons. 5. Saturn is mostly hydrogen, Mars is mostly silicate rocks with a core of iron and sulfur.
Saturn has a mean distance of 744 million miles from Mars
No, the surface of Saturn is colder from Mars as it is further from the sun.
Explain how photosynthesis occur
no because you need CO2 and you don't have that on mars but you do have sunlight which is also needed EDIT: Thursday September 27, 2012 Mars consists of 95.23% carbon dioxide (CO2). The only limiting factors is UV protection like Earth's ozone layer and liquid water. The answer is still NO, Not naturally. photosynthesis "may be" possible with man made habitats designed to protect from UV radiation. Mars has an abundance of CO2!
they both have moon saturn has 60 moons and mars has 2 moon
Saturn, because between mars and jupiter is the asteroid belt.
Mars would be brighter compared to Saturn because it is closer to Earth.
Very few similarities exist between Mars and Saturn. Mars is a smallish terrestrial (or rocky) planet, while Saturn is a large gas giant planet. Mars has two small satellites, while Saturn has dozens of large satellites, and millions of small ones that form the "rings" of Saturn.
No. Photosynthesis does not occur in the Mitochondria. It occurs in the chloroplast.
yes! photosynthesis occur in leaves.
Both Mars and Saturn are planets and both orbit further from the Sun than does Earth. They both have atmospheres. They both have natural satellites; Saturn has 40 and Mars has 2.
There is no specific reason why Jupiter is located where it is (between Mars and Saturn).
All reactions of photosynthesis occur in the chloroplasts.
What is needed to occur is Water, Carbon Dioxide, chorophyll, sunlight for the Photosynthesis to occur.
Mars; Saturn has very strong gravity.
All visible planets: Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn. All visible planets: Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn. All visible planets: Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn. All visible planets: Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn.
Photosynthesis does not require Oxygen. Oxygen is produced by photosynthesis. Photosynthesis need Carbon dioxide. It cannot occur without CO2
Photosynthesis needs light, water and carbon dioxide to occur.
in which part of a plant cell does photosynthesis occur
Photosynthesis can occur in shallow and clear water that sunlight can get through. It can also occur on the surface of water.
chloroplast Chloroplasts. all of photosynthesis happen in the leaf All reactions of photosynthesis occur in the chloroplasts.
Photosynthesis needs sunlight to occur. Therefore photosynthesis does not occur in the roots because they do not receive any sunlight. The leaves are the parts of the plant most exposed to the light.
No. The Rover missions were sent to Mars, not to Saturn.
The reactions of photosynthesis occur in the chloroplast in the cells in plants.
Photosynthesis happens in plants. It does not occur in the epidermis (which is part of an animal).
The two closest planets are Mars and Saturn. Mars is closer to the sun, Saturn is farther from the sun.
No. The distance between Jupiter and Saturn is larger than that of mars and Jupiter.
Saturn is over six times further from the sun than Mars.
Mercury Venus Earth Mars Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune [Pluto] So answer is Mars and Saturn
Photosynthesis occurs within the chloroplast, so photosynthesis does not occur where the chloroplast is not. Keep in mind that the chloroplast does not occupy the enterity of the leaf.
They contain chlorophyll to allow photosynthesis to occur. They contain chlorophyll to allow photosynthesis to occur.
Chlorophyll needs to be present in order for photosynthesis to occur.
Photosynthesis is the process of making food in the presence of sunlight. It occur in chlorophyll.
Photosynthesis take place in chloroplast.Cellular respiration occur in mitochondria.
No, they did not!
The asteroid belt is located between the orbits of what planets Earth and Mars Jupiter and Saturn Mars and Jupiter Saturn and Uranus?
The asteroid belt is located between the orbits of Jupiter and Mars.
yes mars does alond with Saturn and uranus
Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplasts.
No, photosynthesis occurs in the leaves.
photosynthesis doesnt occur in a certain cell it occurs in a part of the cell called chlorophyll
Saturn is further from the sun than is Mars, so it has to travel further to go around the Sun once. As a result it takes Saturn longer to go around the Sun than it takes Mars. Since a year for any planet is the time it takes for it to go around the sun, the year for Saturn is longer than the year for Mars.
Saturn is further from the sun than Mars. Which planet takes longer to orbit the Sun?
One thing that must be present for photosynthesis to occur is sunlight. Other things needed for photosynthesis are chloroplast, carbon dioxide, and water.
Mars is closer to the sun. Here are the planets in order: Mecury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto! I hope I helped you!
Mars is the closest
Yes - photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplasts.