ICSE Class 10 Biology Photosynthesis
What is photosynthesis? Thoroughly understand this important concept in Biology with ICSE Class 10 Biology – Photosynthesis – Provider of Food for All – Photosynthesis chapter materials. Learn concepts such as autotrophic nutrition by utilising our Biology chapter videos. Revise important photosynthesis-based questions by watching our interactive exam decoded videos by Biology experts.
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- what happens in photolysis
- if the rate of respiration becomes more than the rate of photosynthesis plant will
- Please tell me the first answer, and how did you arrive at the answer, what is the reason for the answer..
- What is the Difference between end products of light reaction and dark reaction? If lime water is placed in the experimental set up for proving carbon dioxide is necessary for photosynthesis, will it work satisfactorily. Give reason. Describe the chemical changes which takes place in dark reactions. Why is the light independent phase called biosynthetic phase?
- the exchange of gases during respiration and photosynthesis takes place by
- Explain the mechanism of opening and closing stoma by Potassium ion concentration theory
- I want to know the two functions of chloroplast
- how is water formed as a result of photosynthesis? explain the process for the formation of water molecule as a product of photosynthesis.
- The photolyis of water and co2 fixation takes places in where?
- State true or false, if false rewrite the correct statement: The pH of the guard cells increase during daytime.
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