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Unfolding habitats and the development of photosynthesis, transpiration and respiration. How habitats are engrossed by plants and animals. Habitats are natural environments which organisms live. Organisms such as plants and animals thrive in certain habitats.

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Unfolding habitats and the development of photosynthesis transpiration and respiration

Unfolding habitats and the development of photosynthesis, transpiration and respiration.


How habitats are engrossed by plants and animals

How habitats are engrossed by plants and animals

  • Habitats are natural environments which organisms live.

  • Organisms such as plants and animals thrive in certain habitats.

  • Habitats include places to eat, drink, and have shelter.


Plants and animals and their habitats

Plants and animals and their habitats

  • Only certain organisms can live in certain habitats.

  • Factors like temperature, climate, water sources, food sources, and shelter affect which organisms can live in certain habitats.


Photosynthesis

photosynthesis

  • The process of converting light and chemical energy into sugar and storing it for later use.

  • Formula: 6CO2+ 6H2O (+ light energy) C6H12O6 + 6O2

  • Takes place in the chloroplast

  • (chloroplast is the green pigment in plants)


Respiration

respiration

  • Respiration is the act of inhaling and exhaling

  • Plants respire by taking in CO2 and exhaling O2


Transpiration

transpiration

  • Transpiration is the process by which moisture is carried through plants from roots to small pores on the bottom part of leaves

  • This allows excess water to be evaporated

  • Water returned to air by transpiration


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