What Are the Requirements for Photosynthesis?

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Photosynthesis requires water and sunlight. Photosynthesis also requires carbon dioxide to successfully occur.
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There are a variety of different requirements for photosynthesis. The first, of course, is light. Another requirement is carbon dioxide and water. The presence of the organelle called the chloroplast is also necessary
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