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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The discovery of photosynthesis was made by Dr. Jan Baptisma Helmont. Photosynthesis is carbon dioxide and water used in plants. Photosynthesis is only possible with the use of water
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The word wasn't "discovered", it was coined from Greek: photo for light and synthesis to make. So, making something from light.
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Jan van Helmont
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Jan Van Helmont in the mid 1600's. That is when he began the research anyway. There is also some that think Jean Senebier had something to do with it as well ...
Photosynthesis is the manner by which green plants utilize sunlight to manufacture foods from carbon dioxide and water. There are two phases of photosynthesis. ...
Jan van Helmont did not discover photosynthesis. Rather, he did an experiment with a willow in which he discovered that plants absorb CO2. This experiment was ...
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