Question: How does Chlrorophyll help a plant?
Info 1 Main idea: This is how chlorophyll helps a plant.
Explanation AND reference(s): Chlorophyll absorbs sunlight and helps the plant go through the first stages of photosynthesis. After the plant absorbs the sunlight, then the sun is used for making sugar and oxygen.
Reference: Textbook page 120. Prentice Hall. Found 11/15/11
Info 2: Main Idea: Chlorophyll helps make sugar in a plant
Explanation AND reference(s): just like a plant makes photosynthesis it can make sugar the same way. For instance chlorophyll takes co 2 and water and makes sugar and oxygen.
http://www.biology4kids.com/files/plants_photosynthesis.html. Found 11/16/2011
Info 3:Main Idea:.
Chlorophyll helps a plant
Explanation AND reference(s): Sunlight collects through plant leafs where the chlorophyll absorbs it. A plant can’t do photosynthesis without the chlorophyll. Chlorophyll plays a big role in photosynthesis.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chlorophyll found 11/16/2011