What do plants need for photosynthesis?

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1. what do plants need for photosynthesis??? Explain how plants are structurally designed so they can obtain these needs.???
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sunlight to provide radiant energy needed for the reaction, chlorophyll to trap the radiant energy from the sun, carbon dioxide and water as raw materials to produce the finished product (sugar and/or starch)

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  • Dr Abhay answered 5 years ago
    CO2, H2O, chlorophyll, and lots of other cellular machinary which is essential for structural design and functioning.
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  • Sushii answered 5 years ago
    1. Plants need sunlight, oxygen and water to photosynthesise, but I don't know how they are structurally designed so they can obtain these needs ;)
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