The products of photosynthesis include glucose and oxygen. The primary reactants of photosynthesis include six molecules each of carbon dioxide and water to form one molecule of glucose and six molecules of oxygen.
Photosynthesis is a series of biochemical reactions involving the conversion of captured sunlight energy into food energy to be utilized by green plants and other photosynthetic organisms. Its main organic product, which is glucose, can be used in a variety of ways. It can be converted to cellulose for cellular development and structural support, stored in the form of starch or broken down to provide energy for respiration. Oxygen is considered a waste product of photosynthesis and is released into the environment.