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- Thu Jan 27, 2005 8:47 pm
- Forum: Botany Discussion
- Topic: Can photosynthesis be used in other areas?
- Replies: 25
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Photosynthesis is not a process used to produce energy. It is a process of capturing energy from the sun to break apart Carbon Dioxide and Water, and to recombine the atoms into Glucose, a chemical used for producing ATP. It basically transforms light energy into molecular bond energy. It would be ...
Any effective religious book refuting Darwinism coming out now would be a little late. Religion today is not as powerful a force as it was in Chuck's day. He knew what he wrote was going to be controversial. That's the reason why terms like "evolution," "natural selection," and "survival of the fit...
If you were ever in such a situation then you should resort to drinking your pee because it would be better than drinking the blood of an animal. - It sounds gross but in a dire situation it might help replenish your body.
Hi, I'm a Secondary School student, which would be the American equivalent of a High School student, I think. I have a question about diffusion that's been bugging me for a long time: Why doesn't diffusion occur with everything? Why don't water and oil mix if you leave it to stand? Theoretically it...