Is spinach a c4 plant?


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2009-10-14 04:29:11
2009-10-14 04:29:11

No, spinach is not.

Common C4 plants include sugarcane, corn, crabgrass, and Bermuda grass


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crabgrass is a c4 plant

Yes it iz the c3 and c4

Spinach is a plant with many cells.

Yes, but if you die, you drop the C4.

Spinach is a long day plant

spinach is a plant, but we eat the leaves mainly

Corn, or maize, is a C4 plant. A c4 plant relates to a group of plants that feature 4-carbon molecules present after the first product of carbon fixation.

no, spinach is a vegetable.

No, maize is a C4 plant.

No. Corn is a C4 plant.

Spinach is a plant. So they do have chloroplasts

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C4 got its named based on the number of bicarbon molecules. C4 has oxaloacetate which is 4C. C4 is the type of plant that can stand heat better.

Spinach belongs to the vascular plant phylum, and the amaranth family of flowering plants.

a plant which creates a four carbon (C4) sugar as its basic sugar unit when performing photosynthesis. example- corn (maize)

Spinach is an edible flowering plant.

From the leaves of the plant. Most of the spinach plant can be used but most people pick and eat just the leaves.

Cocoa is neither a C3 or C4 plant. Though it tends to live in warmer climates, it does not fit into either category.

Nope, it is a C3 plant. C4 plants tend to be tropical grasses/shrubs as they are optimized to thrive in hot dry conditions.

Spinach plant's male part is stamen in the flower. Spinach has bisexual flowers.

Spinach is a leaf vegetable (a flowering plant) and grows on the ground.

Yes, sugarcane is considered a C4 plant. It can easily overcome most difficult weather conditions like severe temperatures and drought.

Spinach grows from seeds. The part of the plant you eat is the leaves. When the plant flowers the flowers produce seeds to plant and start new plants.

No, it performs C3 photosynthesis

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