Yes, Oxygen is a product of the process of photosynthesis.
The photosynthesis reaction put simply is:
Carbon Dioxide + Water ---> Glucose + OXYGEN
6CO2 + 6H20 ---> C6H12O6 +
Why is it important that plants give off oxygen during photosynthesis
Plants give off oxygen and water into the air during photosynthesis.
During photosynthesis, plants give off oxygen.
Yes plants give out oxygen during photosynthesis but only in the morning . At night when there is no sunlight they use the oxygen to make their food .
During photosynthesis plants take in "Carbon Dioxide" and give out "Oxygen"
Oxygen and water. A+. Tony B. Oxygen is given off as a byproduct by plants during photosynthesis. Plants does very well gas during photosynthesis, you might beable to learn this during science class.
Plants take in Carbon dioxide and Give out OXYGEN. So oxygen is given off during photosynthesis
oxygen and an organic material, usually glucose, is given off during photosynthesis
If the plant does photosynthesis, it gives off oxygen as a byproduct and since all plants use photosynthesis to get food, the answer is yes, all plants give off oxygen.
They take in carbon dioxide and water, and give off oxygen that is produced during photosynthesis.
after photosynthesis plants give off oxygen
because of the photosynthesis reaction- carbon dioxide + water + sunlight ------oxygen and glucose Energy is a bi-product of this reaction
Leaves take in carbon dioxide and give off oxygen during photosynthesis.
not that i know of. i know that plants give off oxygen, but not sugar...
Yes, plants do give off oxygen. They do this during the process of photosynthesis in which they use energy from the sun and nutrients from the soil to convert it into sugar as a form of energy for the plant.