Biology - Photosynthesis. What Happens to the Glucose Formed?
Photosynthesis. What Happens to the Glucose Formed?
Uses of glucose.
The products of photosynthesis not immediately required are _translocated_
from the source to other parts of the plant (sink) where they are used in
* synthesised into complex molecules for growth
* form structural components of cells
The organic compounds travel in solution in the phloem tissues of the
plant stems and roots.
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