Blog Posts - Photosynthesis



Is It Hot In Here Or Is It Just My Philodendron?

Biology concepts – thermoregulation, pollination, tropisms, flower structure, plant communication In many ways, plants are “smarter” than people (forgive the anthropomorphism). We can change our environment to suit our needs or move to a better...
by As Many Exceptions As Rules on Jul 6, 2016

Leaves Suck!

We have talked about the reactions of photosynthesis before. Basically, the plant uses the energy of the sun to fix carbon (change it from gas to solid) by adding water to it chemically. Then it splits them again to make energy.In previous posts we h...
by As Many Exceptions As Rules on Mar 23, 2016

Modular Moss Wall Generates Electricity

Don’t miss out on exclusive vertical farming content not on the blog. Sign up here. A project came out of the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia that I think you’ll like. The team there is working on using the byproducts of ph...
by Pro Vertical Farm on Feb 29, 2016

The Plan to Feed the World by Hacking Photosynthesis

With the world population projected to soar past the 11 billion mark by 2100, we’re going to need to find some creative new ways of putting food on the table. The latest science-powered plan to feed the world? Hacking photosynthesis. Read more.

Fantasy / Reality Mashups PT.4 (Lemons Into Lemonade)

Reality is remixed; a new rendition, retro and the future combined; *Outside The Box* but *All Up In The House*Knowledge is kicked to the opposition in breakbeat scientific fashion!! teaching them a lesson /  curiosity I'll arouse..O-Dog is back...
by The Sonic Assault on May 20, 2015

Solar panels on cloudy vs. clear days – Renewable Journal for 1/4/2015

My solar panels face east and west instead of south. This gave me an opportunity to directly observe a plant photosynthesis effect, namely how cloudy days with diffuse sunlight affects energy production compared to clear days with direct sunlight. C...
by Scholars & Rogues on Jan 4, 2015

Christmas Trees Have Trouble Seeing The Light

Biology concepts – photoprotection, photosynthesis, non-photochemical quenching, reaction center, yule, evergreen, chlorophyll Yule was/is a pagan celebration in midwinter. Krampus was the spirit who came during Yule to punish children who had...
by As Many Exceptions As Rules on Dec 10, 2014

Photosynthesis

It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see.- Henry David Thoreaumusic+imageThanks for visiting, please be sure that I read each and every one of your kind comments, I appreciate them all. Stay tuned.

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by Funny Pictures on Jul 1, 2014

Minimalist Garden Tips, How to Maintain Plants in Minimalist Garden

Having plants that are beautiful, graceful and interesting views on the things that are expected of ornamental plants to decorate the room or yard. Therefore it is necessary planting and proper care in order to grow healthy plants. For those who have...
by Home Garden Air on Mar 12, 2014

Semua Tentang Karat Besi

Karat merupakan dari oksida besi. Proses ini sesungguhnya korosi pada besi. Dalam penggunaan sehari-hari , istilah ini diterapkan untuk oksida besi berwarna merah, dibentuk oleh reaksi dari besi dan oksigen dengan adanya air atau kelembaban udara. Be...
by Bisakimia on Nov 16, 2013

Photosynthesis is …

Photosynthesis Photosynthesis is a process used by plants and other autotrophic organisms to convert light energy, normally from the sun, into chemical energy that can be used to fuel the organisms’ activities. Carbohydrates, such as sugars, ar...
by What is this ? on Jul 10, 2013

The Colors of Alien Plants

Biology concepts – photosynthesis, chlorophyll, pigmentation, astrobiology, exoplanet, dormancyThe King Crimson Norway Maple in our front yard is at least 50 ft. tall. It isn’t a rare tree, but I like it a lot. In fact, it is invasive and native...
by As Many Exceptions As Rules on Jun 26, 2013

The CarbO2n in the Woods

Maybe due to wrong information of some old school textbooks (unforgivable!), questionable sayings or just our tendency to relate vague notions, people link "plants do photosynthesis" with "plants exhale carbon dioxide at night". In order to understan...
by Little Joy said on Feb 6, 2013

The CarbO2n In The Woods

Maybe due to wrong information of some old school textbooks (unforgivable!), questionable sayings or just our tendency to relate vague notions, people link "plants do photosynthesis" with "plants exhale carbon dioxide at night". In order to understan...
by Little Joy said on Feb 6, 2013

Works by what mechanism to keep the photosynthesis of C4 plants is, in warm and sunny conditions? CAM plants?

Some orchids last tip about orchids accessible: query michelle : by what mechanism does not maintain the photosynthesis of C4 plants is in warm and sunny circumstances? CAM plants? Works by what mechanism to keep the photosynthesis of C4 plants is, i...
by Care for Orchids on Dec 3, 2012

Leaves Suck!

We have talked about the reactions of photosynthesis before. Basically, the plant uses the energy of the sun to fix carbon (change it from gas to solid) by adding water to it chemically. Then it splits them again to make energy.In previous posts we h...
by As Many Exceptions As Rules on Jul 25, 2012

It’s A Plant World, We’re Just Living In It

Biology concepts – cell walls, chloroplasts, myco-heterotrophs, holoparasites, Life on Earth is easy. It can be boiled down to one sentence. “The mitochondria and the chloroplasts are, in a fundamental sense, the most important things on Earth. B...
by As Many Exceptions As Rules on May 16, 2012

What are Trees made of?

I came across this fantastic video that asks the questions where tree get their mass from. It is fantastically made and really shows how much we think we know and yet have never questioned. Continue reading →...
by Entirely Subjective on Apr 29, 2012

What are Trees made of?

I came across this fantastic video that asks the questions where tree get their mass from. It is fantastically made and really shows how much we think we know and yet have never questioned. Continue reading →...
by Entirely Subjective on Apr 29, 2012


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