Fern and molecules of photosynthesis

Fern and molecules of photosynthesis

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Caption: Photosynthesis. Computer artwork of ferns against a blue sky overlaid with the molecules involved in photosynthesis. Photosynthesis is the process by which green plants capture energy in light and convert it to chemical energy. The process uses water and carbon dioxide in sunlight to make glucose and oxygen. Atoms of carbon (pink), oxygen (blue) and hydrogen (yellow) are represented in the molecules by spheres. A glucose molecule is at centre showing its hexagonal ring structure. Carbon dioxide has 2 blue spheres and 1 pink (CO2), water has 1 blue and 2 yellow (H2O) and oxygen 2 blue spheres (O2).

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Keywords: ar, art, artwork, botany, carbon dioxide, fern, ferns, glucose, molecule, molecules, nature, oxygen, photosynthesi, photosynthesis, plant, pteridophyte, pteridophytes, water

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