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B2 2.3 How plants use glucose

B2 2.3 How plants use glucose

Author: Gemma Boyson
Description:

We know plants make glucose through photosynthesis, but what do they do with it?

Plants turn the glucose from photosynthesis into many things, including an energy source for cells via respiration, starch, cellulose for cell walls, amino acids, fats and oils.

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B2 2.3 How plants use glucose

A quick look at what plants do with the glucose they make in photosynthesis.