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However, others of the Chadic ethno-linguistic phyla such as the Ngas, Boghom, Tel (Montol) and Yiwom joined the Benue-Congo phylum and are given the full status of Tarokness (Lamle 1998).

This phylum is composed of five orders: Strongylida, Ascaridida, Oxyurida,
little light and thus little photosynthesis to produce food.

The truth is that photosynthesis would be rather inefficient using only chlorophyll molecules.

Since they increase their biomass mostly through photosynthesis they live in the sun-lit surface layer ( euphotic zone ) of the sea.

Terrestrial carbon sequestration is the process of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere via photosynthesis and storing this carbon in either plant or soil carbon pools.

The children, Frank, Jackie and Sam all deduce that due to Steve's removal of the gold pieces, the rainbow has been damaged and caused colour, oxygen and photosynthesis to be drained, and all life could be threatened.

The primary site of photosynthesis in plants.

Hipps, 2002, Effects of two different canopy manipulations on leaf water use and photosynthesis as determined by gas exchange and stable isotope discrimination, East Malling, University of Cambridge.

Parenchyma cells which contain many chloroplasts and are concerned primarily with photosynthesis are called chlorenchyma cells.

See also Cellular respiration photosynthesis ATP synthase Active transport Myosin External links The Molecular Cellular Bioenergetics Gordon Research Conference (see).

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