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Real-Life Adaptations of Plants to Allow for Maximum Photosynthesis
In your discussion post, find a real-life example of an adaption in a plant which allows the plant to maximize photosynthesis while withstanding an extreme of one of the following factors: Availability of water Availability of carbon dioxide Quality or quantity of light. For example, some plants have evolved to grow in the shade due to the thick canopy of trees above them in their environment. Another example is a plant in a bog would need to deal with low availability of carbon dioxide from its environment. Use your text and other library sources to support your analyses. Please be sure to correctly cite any sources.
Real- life adaptations of plants to allow for maximum photosynthesis Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Real- life adaptations of plants to allow for maximum photosynthesis Introduction Photosynthesis is the process by which plants uses sunlight energy to synthesize water and carbon dioxide into useful energy (food). For maximum photosynthesis, plants utilize availability of sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide. However, these requirements are not alway