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Biology, 03.12.2019 06:29 culturedxnat

Apotted geranium sits in a windowsill absorbing sunlight. how does a root cell (which is not exposed to light) obtain energy to do cellular work such as active transport across its membrane?

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atp is made in the leaves via photosynthesis and moved to the root.


sugar is made in the leaves via photosynthesis and moved to the root.


the root cell makes atp by cellular respiration using material absorbed from the soil.


the root cell makes sugar using the dark reactions (calvin cycle) of photosynthesis.

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