use photosynthesis in a sentence.
You still need water for photosynthesis.
Photovoltaic Cells Vs Photosynthesis ProcessDo they have anything in common?
To back that chart up, photosynthesis generally works at around 5% efficiency.
Right - all the more reason he shouldn't use photosynthesis in his analogies!
Just curious: why isn't the making of vitamin D by the human skin called photosynthesis?
I'm still holding out for tiny 1 millimeter tall people who run on photosynthesis.
Is "photosynthesis" the correct term?
They corrected the title: "Photosynthesis-like process found in insects": "The original headline of the piece incorrectly implied that the researchers had discovered evidence of photosynthesis in aphids.
I thought photosynthesis was amazingly inefficient compared to our best solar panels.
I got the water part without even thinking, and photosynthesis danced in my head as an answer, but carbon didn't even cross my mind.
I'm guessing you'd need some huge surface area to power a human with photosynthesis.
Is there a man-made process that can restore oxygen from carbon dioxide more effectively than photosynthesis?
Which agricultural plant gets 5% efficient photosynthesis ?