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A gas found in air used in photosynthesis and breathed out by animals.
The chemical in plants responsible for absorbing sunlight.
Small organelles in the cells of plants containing chlorophyll.
A mixture that is added to soil to help the growth of plants.
A simple sugar and important carbohydrate produced by photosynthesis.
Roots have hairs which collect water and nutrients.
The organ of a plant specialising in photosynthesis.
The most abundant gas in air, essential in fertilisers.
Chemical substances essential to the growth and health of organisms.
The gas essential to animal life made by plants and produced by plants in photosynthesis.
Large cells found in leaves containing chloroplasts.
The tube in a plant which carries sugar and nutrients.
An element which is essential to photosynthesis.
The process by which plants convert carbon dioxide and water into sugar and oxygen.
A living organism that uses photosynthesis to make energy.
A metal element which is essential in fertilisers.
The organ of a plant that takes in water and nutrients from the soil or air.
The tube in a plant which carries water and minerals.
What is the name of the plant organ containing the ovary/ovaries?