What do plant cells create through photosynthesis?
A plant produces oxygen and carbohydrates, such as sucrose, glucose, or starch during photosynthesis.
plant cells need photosynthesis and respiration to create energy for cell work, reproduction, and repairs.
Plant cells use photosynthesis through the use of chloroplasts.
because plant cells are organism that can live through life
Plant cells need chloroplasts to go through photosynthesis. Animal cells do not have chloroplasts because they do not need to go through photosynthesis.
Chloroplast allows the plant to go through photosynthesis. Which is how the plant, and eventually the animals, feed.
it depend plant cells come through the process of photosynthesis ( will learn in fifth grade)
they intake it through there cells and the roots
Plant cells are capable of photosynthesis. Plant cells contain chloroplasts that carry out photosynthesis in order for the plant to make its own food.
Plants create Glucose through photosynthesis, and animals come along and eat the plant for energy when the plant is grown
photosynthesis occurs in plant cells. in the chloroplasts.
Animal cells don't go through the process of photosynthesis.
This is called "photosynthesis". Plant cells containing chlorophyll create glucose (sugar) from carbon dioxide and water.
Plant cells have a cell wall as well as a cell membrane. Animal cells only have the membrane. Plant cells have larger vacuoles, which they store energy produced through photosynthesis. Plant cells have a chloroplast, containing chlorophyll, which they use to produce energy, through a process called photosynthesis, which is the conversion of light into energy. Animal cells do not have chloroplasts.
Plant cells have chloroplasts (which make food for the plant through photosynthesis) and a cell wall. Animal cells do not; they only have a cell membrane (plant cells have a cell membrane and a cell wall).
For plant cells, photosynthesis is the primary way they make energy. Animals then eat the plants to create energy for themselves.
Plant cells carry on photosynthesis, but they do not carry on respiration.
No, photosynthesis only occurs in plant cells.
Not all types of plant cells perform photosynthesis. Most cells on the shoot of the plant (depending on the plant) are capable of photosynthesis. However, most root cells are white because they lack pigments and, therefore, are incapable of photosynthesis.
it is plant cells. It is happening in plant cells.
If there was a shortage of NADP plus, the cells in the plant would not be able to run through the photosynthesis cycle.
Many plant cells produce energy through Photosynthesis.
The site of photosynthesis within plant cells is called chloroplast.
Photosynthesis only occurs in plant cells.
Plants create their own energy via photosynthesis. Animals eat to get energy
Every plant and animal cell is surrounded by a cell membrane. Plant cells have both a cell membrane and a cell wall because they can create there own food through photosynthesis. Animal cells have to absorb food, so they cant have a cell wall.
No, Photosynthesis happen only in those plant cells having chloroplasts.
When it can't move, is made up of plant cells, and can produce it's own food through the process of photosynthesis.
No,not all cells carry out photosynthesis.
In plant cells photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplasts.
Chloroplasts allow plants to produce carbohydrates through photosynthesis.
it feeds the plant cells
The relationship is simply that plant cells perform the process of photosynthesis respiration.
Yes. Though plant cells use photosynthesis to create glucose, they still must use cellular respiration in mitochondria to produce ATP.
no because they do not have chlorophyll. These cells don't need chlorophyll because they are underground and do not go through photosynthesis.
chloroplast through a process called photosynthesis where a plant turns sunlight into sugar (food)
photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplasts of the plant cells.
Photosynthesis occurs within the chloroplasts in plant cells.
Photosynthesis occurs in cells called chloroplasts. Chloroplasts are specialized plant cell organelles that capture light energy and uses that in conjunction with water to create ATP and NADPH
Photosynthesis only occurs in plant cells.
Plant cells. they are used for photosynthesis.
Chloroplast is plant cells because that is where photosynthesis occurs.
Yes, through a process called Photosynthesis.
plant cells stupid!
Photosynthetic Cells are responsible for photosynthesis.
well there are many effects! One of them is for photosynthesis! Photosynthesis needs sunlight to create glucose (sugar) to the plant cells. Glucose to the plant is like food for us. it is necessary for us to live! Therefore the more sunlight the plant has, the better it is because it can create more "food" (glucose) and makes the plant grow.
Chloroplasts are structures that enable the plant to make sugars through photosynthesis. Animal cells do not have chloroplasts and cannot make their own food.
The reactions of photosynthesis occur in the chloroplast in the cells in plants.
The plant contains chloroplasts in many of its cells. These chloroplasts are the sites of photosynthesis.
It is the chloroplast. They are absorbing sun light.