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Agriculture HSC Syllabus Notes

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Syllabus notes on every topic HSC Unit 1 Plant Production Unit 2 Experimental Analysis and Research

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Biology Botany Agronomy Academia Plant physiology Metabolism Photosynthesis Ruminant Plant Digestion Leaf Agriculture
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Photosynthesis is a process which is depended upon by all living organisms for their food supply. Light energy is trapped by chlorophyll and converted into chemical energy, which in turn is used to convert carbon dioxide and water into simple sugars. Photosynthesis takes place in the chloroplasts of plant cells. It is within the grana of chloroplasts that chlorophyll is contained. • Distinguish between C3 and C4 plants. Plants can be divided into two groups based on the differences between their photosynthetic systems. C3 plants have a three-carbon system, whereas C4 plants use a four-carbon system. In climates of high temperatures, C4 plants photosynthesise much more efficiently than C3 plants. Many tropical plants such as sugar cane use C4 systems. • Explain how the following environmental factors affect photosynthesis: o Light o Temperat...
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