The products of photosynthesis are glucose and oxygen. Photosynthesis takes in carbon dioxide and water and combine them in the presence of energy from the sun to make food for the organism. More »

The two main output products of photosynthesis are oxygen and sugar. Plants use energy from the sun to produce these items from water and carbon dioxide. The oxygen produced is emitted as a waste product, while the sugar... More »

Photosynthesis is the process in which plants use light to convert carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O) into simple sugars (C6H12O6) and oxygen (O2). Six molecules each of CO2 and H2O turn into one molecule of C6H12O6 fo... More »

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. More »

During photosynthesis, plants make glucose and oxygen from carbon dioxide and water. To do this, they need energy in the form of light from the sun. While plants use glucose as energy, oxygen enters the atmosphere for us... More »

The reactants of photosynthesis are water, light and carbon dioxide, while the products are oxygen and sugars. Cellular respiration occurs in direct synchronicity with this process, using the products of photosynthesis a... More »

Light is essential for photosynthesis because plants need it energy to create glucose, which they store for later use as an energy source for cells. Plants and several other photosynthetic organisms use light energy to c... More »