Translation of photosynthesis in Spanish:

photosynthesis

fotosíntesis, n.

Pronunciation /ˌfəʊtə(ʊ)ˈsɪnθɪsɪs//ˌfoʊdoʊˈsɪnθəsəs/

noun

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    fotosíntesis feminine
    • To avoid the production of oxygen via photosynthesis, plants were kept in the dark.
    • Anthocyanins are water soluble pigments but are not involved in photosynthesis.
    • Carbohydrate depletion and reduced photosynthesis are the main effects of submergence on plant tissues.
    • Many forms are capable of photosynthesis and hence resemble plants in the way that they obtain energy.
    • Stomata are involved in two of the most important plant processes, photosynthesis and transpiration.
    • Evidence is increasing of a new player in carbon metabolite regulation of photosynthesis.
    • It is created, as we have seen, during photosynthesis, when organisms strip oxygen from water molecules.
    • Normally the proportion of the two isotopes of carbon is simply controlled by the rate of photosynthesis in plant tissues.
    • Drought reduces productivity by inhibiting plant growth and photosynthesis.
    • Carbohydrates accumulate in plants during the autumn as rates of photosynthesis begin to exceed growth.
    • As injury progresses, heavily damaged leaves lose their green colour and photosynthesis is much reduced.
    • When maize encounters water deficits, there is a decline in photosynthesis per plant.
    • Light is necessary for photosynthesis in plants, but the supply of light in natural environments is not constant.
    • Their job is to absorb the rays from the sun to begin the process known as photosynthesis.
    • In addition, rates of light-limited photosynthesis and oxygen yield are decreased in the mutants.
    • These results are consistent with the previous report that water stress inhibits photosynthesis.
    • It has long been known that magnesium availability to plants imposes limits on photosynthesis.
    • These populations do not have the ability to utilize exogenous bicarbonate for the process of photosynthesis.
    • This is an integrative trait, reflecting both light and dark reactions of photosynthesis.
    • Possible use of serine derived directly from photosynthesis was ignored in this analysis.