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The rose plant does not make energy, it traps energy coming form the sun and stores this as sugars by the process of photosynthesis.
It actually isn't a chemical. It is known as chlorophyll which is present in chloroplasts in the plant cells. It captures light energy from the sun, converts it into chemical energy and uses other raw materials to produce simple sugars i.e glucose.
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no, chlorophyll traps the light energy from sunlight, and uses it in photosynthesis to make glucose.
The organelle located inside a plant cell that uses sunlight to make energy is the chloroplast. Chloroplasts contain chlorophyll which is the substance used to make the sugar or glucose.
the chlorophyll in the leaf traps sunlight and then the sunlight with water and other ingredients are used to make glucose and then this glucose is eaten by the plant this is photosynthesis(photo means light)
It is in the leaves of the plant.
Plants use photosynthesis to convert sunlight into usable energy, stored in ATP, NADPH, and glucose.
No, they don't make it they produce it by taking in energy from the sunlight and also carbon dioxide to make glucose and oxegyn.
Sunlight is absorbed by chloroplasts in leaves. Chlorophyll in leaves make them green. it is part of the photosynthesis equation : sunlight Carbon dioxide + water ----------------------> glucose (sugar) + oxygen
They are doing photosynthesis. They use chlorophylfor absorb energy.
H2O and Sunlight make ATP energy using Photosynthesis. Hydrogen has two atoms. Lets look at it like this: H H O Hydrogen stays. Oxygen is released through the stomata into the biosphere. Hydrogen then reacts with Carbon Dioxide to make ATP energy, Glucose, and STARCH Therefore we receive the equation: 6H2O + 6CO2 + Sunlight --> C6H12O6 + 6O2 Water + Carbon Dioxide + Sunlight = Glucose + Oxygen Oxygen is then released into the air, and it is continuous. The glucose is stored as ATP Energy, STARCH, or plain old Glucose to feed to plant.
To take in the energy from the sunlight to make glucose to store when there is not sunight. ( at night)