Chemistry of Flowers

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How are flowers made…
Photosynthesis is the process
by which carbon dioxide is taken in
by plant cells, as those in flowers,
to be converted and synthesized
changing into oxygen.

Flowers create this chemical reaction
For the benefit of human beings,
To grow fruit and the making of
supplementary vitamin
and minerals.

Most important is photosynthesis,
the conversion of carbon dioxide
That humans produce to convert
to sugars and oxygen
converting oxygen into energy.

It’s the process of producing
carbon dioxide, it is the chemistry of
plant and flower and human
and the beginning of all life.

Read more : http://www.ehow.com/facts_5720518_do-flowers-give-oxygen_.html

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