This is where the color comes from. The outer surface is called the thylakoid membrane or the photosynthetic membrane. The pigment and ATP Synthetase molecules are on the thylakoid membrane. Inside the membrane is the thylakoid space.
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Using neural networks to identify gas-phase molecules September 13, Scientists at the U.The process of photosynthesis in plants involves a series of steps and reactions that use solar energy, water, and carbon dioxide to produce organic compounds and oxygen.
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Oxygen photosynthesis has to be the greatest giver of life on Earth, and researchers have cracked yet another part of its complex and efficient chemistry. The more we know about it, the better we. An embryonic cell divides again and again.
Where there was one cell there are two, then four, then eight, Each holds all the genetic information needed to create a human being. The biggest difference between photosynthesis and respiration is that photosynthesis only occurs in plants and some bacteria while respiration occurs in all living organisms.
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