How can you Prove that Light is Necessary for Photosynthesis
Light is Necessary for Photosynthesis
- i) De-starch a potted plant by keeping it in dark for two days.
- ii) Then transfer it to light and select two leaves of this plant for experiment
iii) Now wrap one by black paper.
- iv) Wrap other by black paper but a L shaped part of the paper is cut out so that light can pass from here.
- v) Now put the potted plant to light for 6 hours
- vi) It will observe that leaf which did not receive any light is free of starch and brown.
vii) Second leaf light could pass through L shaped area. Only this area turn dark blue while other part remain brown.
viii) This shows that light is necessary for photosynthesis.
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