Who First Discovered Photosynthesis?

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There is no one person responsible for the discovery of photosynthesis. There have been several scientists who have contributed to the discovery. Joseph Priestley, Jan Ingenhousz, and Jan Baptista Van Helmont all contributed to it
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Jan Van Helmont began the research on photosynthesis in the mid 1600s when he measured the mass of the soil used by a plant and the mass of the plant as it grew.
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James van Helmont began the research of photosynthesis in the mid-1600s.
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