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23 January, 10:59

How is energy from sunlight used to make sugar molecules?

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  1. 23 January, 12:49
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    The energy from sunlight is absorbed by the chloroplasts located in the palisade. This is processed by chlorophyll and combined with water and carbon dioxide. The sugar glucose exits through the phloem.
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