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Photosynthesis Collection

"Unveiling the Marvels of Photosynthesis: From Chloroplasts to Sunflowers" In the intricate world of plants

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Chloroplast in cell of pea plant

Chloroplast in cell of pea plant
Coloured transmisson electron micrograph of a chloroplast (green) sitting in the cytoplasm of a pea plant Pisum sativum. The chloroplast is the site of photosynthesis where carbohydrates are obtained

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Patterns made in sand by Mint-sauce worms (Symsagittifera roscoffensis / Convoluta

Patterns made in sand by Mint-sauce worms (Symsagittifera roscoffensis / Convoluta roscoffensis) sunbathing at low tide to allow the symbiotic algae to photosynthesise

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Picture No. 11675585

Picture No. 11675585
Scanning Electron micrograph (SEM)showing stomata on a Yew Leaf. Date:

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Chloroplast structure, artwork

Chloroplast structure, artwork
Chloroplast structure. Artwork showing the internal structure of chloroplasts, the organelles in plant cells responsible for photosynthesis

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Hawaiian Laua e fern, Microsorum grossum, introduced to Hawaii, Aneho omalu Bay

Hawaiian Laua e fern, Microsorum grossum, introduced to Hawaii, Aneho omalu Bay, Waikoloa Beach trail, Big Island, Hawaii

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Sunlight descends into the shadows of a forest of Redwood trees, Sequoia sempervirens

Sunlight descends into the shadows of a forest of Redwood trees, Sequoia sempervirens, in Northern California. Redwoods are the largest trees on Earth

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Sunflower and Sun, c. 1945 (oil on canvas)

Sunflower and Sun, c. 1945 (oil on canvas)
1197100 Sunflower and Sun, c. 1945 (oil on canvas) by Nash, Paul (1889-1946); 63.5x50.8 cm; Private Collection; Photo © Christies Images

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Crown daisy flower (Glebionis coronarium) Menorca, Balearic Islands, Spain, Europe

Crown daisy flower (Glebionis coronarium) Menorca, Balearic Islands, Spain, Europe

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Lady Fern (Athyrium filix-femina) in forest, Upper Bavaria, Germany

Lady Fern (Athyrium filix-femina) in forest, Upper Bavaria, Germany

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Chloroplast, SEM

Chloroplast, SEM
Chloroplast. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a section through a plant cell, showing a fractured chloroplast (green)

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Sugarcane Plant Close-Up With Blue Sky In Background

Sugarcane Plant Close-Up With Blue Sky In Background

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Extreme Close-Up Of An Ape Plant, Symmetrical Holes

Extreme Close-Up Of An Ape Plant, Symmetrical Holes

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Extreme Close-Up Detail Of Banana Leaf, Green With Red Stem, Vein Texture

Extreme Close-Up Detail Of Banana Leaf, Green With Red Stem, Vein Texture

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Close-Up Detail Green Banana Leaf With Droplets Of Water, Dew

Close-Up Detail Green Banana Leaf With Droplets Of Water, Dew

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Extreme Close-Up Of Green Leaf, Main Stem With Veins Running Through

Extreme Close-Up Of Green Leaf, Main Stem With Veins Running Through

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Cordyline Terminalis Red Ti Plant

Cordyline Terminalis Red Ti Plant

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Close-Up Of A Cluster Of Bright Pink Orchids

Close-Up Of A Cluster Of Bright Pink Orchids

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Close-Up Of Lavender Blossoms

Close-Up Of Lavender Blossoms

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Close-Up Of Bright Orange Orchids

Close-Up Of Bright Orange Orchids

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Close-Up Of Bright Purple And White Orchid

Close-Up Of Bright Purple And White Orchid

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Bush Of Red And Yellow Leaves

Bush Of Red And Yellow Leaves

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Hawaii, Maui, Pink Plumerias

Hawaii, Maui, Pink Plumerias

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Close-Up Of Green And Red Ti Plants (Cordyline Terminalis)

Close-Up Of Green And Red Ti Plants (Cordyline Terminalis)

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Close-Up Detail Of A Vibrant Colored Lei Made With Tropical Flowers

Close-Up Detail Of A Vibrant Colored Lei Made With Tropical Flowers

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Hawaii, Big Island, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Chain Of Craters Road

Hawaii, Big Island, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Chain Of Craters Road, Ohi a Lehua Tree Growing On Pahoehoe Lava Flow From Mauna Ulu Eruption

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Close-Up Of A Ti Plant, Red And Green

Close-Up Of A Ti Plant, Red And Green

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Euglena gracilis, SEM

Euglena gracilis, SEM
Euglena gracilis protists. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of Euglena gracilis protists. These organisms possess a unique combination of plant and animal characters. Like the algae, E

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Euglena gracilis

Euglena gracilis protists. Light micrograph of a group of Euglena gracilis protists. These organisms possess a unique combination of plant and animal characters. Like the algae, E

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Photosynthesis, illustration

Photosynthesis, illustration. Photosynthesis is the process by which most plants (and some other living organisms) convert energy from sunlight into chemical energy

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Using special garden scissors to harvest oregano leaves

Using special garden scissors to harvest oregano leaves

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Yellow marigolds bask in sunlight. Providence, Rhode Island, USA

Yellow marigolds bask in sunlight. Providence, Rhode Island, USA

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Soft corals thrive on a reef in the Solomon Islands

Soft corals thrive on a reef in the Solomon Islands
Soft corals thrive on a healthy reef in the Solomon Islands. This part of Melanesia is known for its high marine biodiversity and is a popular destination for divers and snorkelers

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: A tube anemone on a sand slope in Indonesia

A tube anemone on a sand slope in Indonesia
A tube anemone (Cerianthid sp.) feeds on planktonic organisms on a sand slope in Indonesia

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Kelp forest with school of fish

Kelp forest with school of fish, Catalina Island, California

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: A colorful gorgonian grows on a reef dropoff in Raja Ampat

A colorful gorgonian grows on a reef dropoff in Raja Ampat, Indonesia. This beautiful region is known for its spectacular reefs and high marine biodiversity

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Leather corals grow in the shallow waters in the Solomon Islands

Leather corals grow in the shallow waters in the Solomon Islands, Melanesia. This region, in the eastern part of the Coral Triangle

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: A large lions mane jellyfish swims in a kelp forest

A large lions mane jellyfish swims in a kelp forest off the coast of California. Kelp forests, which grow in temperate areas worldwide, provide vital habitat for many species of fish and invertebrates

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: A colorful crinoid clings to a reef dropoff in Raja Ampat

A colorful crinoid clings to a reef dropoff in Raja Ampat, Indonesia. This beautiful region is known for its spectacular reefs and high marine biodiversity

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: A beautiful coral reef grows near a set of limestone islands in Indonesia

A beautiful coral reef grows near a set of limestone islands in Indonesia
A beautiful coral reef grows near a set of limestone islands in Raja Ampat, Indonesia. This remote, equatorial region is known as the heart of the Coral Triangle

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: A coral reef grows in shallow water in the Solomon Islands

A coral reef grows in shallow water in the Solomon Islands
A colorful coral reef grows in shallow water in the Solomon Islands. This Melanesian region is known for its spectacular marine biodiversity

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Fragile corals grow in shallow water in Raja Ampat, Indonesia

Fragile corals grow in shallow water in Raja Ampat, Indonesia. This region is known as the heart of the Coral Triangle and houses the highest marine biodiversity on Earth

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: A tube anemone grows on a sandy seafloor in Indonesia

A tube anemone grows on a sandy seafloor in Indonesia
A tube anemone grows on a sandy seafloor in Komodo National Park, Indonesia. This tropical area in the western Pacific harbors an extraordinary array of marine organisms

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: A bright garibaldi near a sea fan with streaming sunrays

A bright garibaldi near a sea fan with streaming sunrays, Catalina Island, California

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Kelp on Cuverville Island, Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica

Kelp on Cuverville Island, Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Staghorn corals thrive on a reef in the Solomon Islands

Staghorn corals thrive on a reef in the Solomon Islands
Staghorn corals thrive on a healthy reef in the Solomon Islands. This part of Melanesia is known for its high marine biodiversity and is a popular destination for divers and snorkelers

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Soft corals thrive in shallow water in Raja Ampat, Indonesia

Soft corals thrive in shallow water in Raja Ampat, Indonesia. This remote region is known for its beautiful reefs and spectacular marine biodiversity

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: Rays of light shining through a kelp forest

Rays of light shining through a kelp forest, Catalina Island, California

Background imagePhotosynthesis Collection: A coral reef grows near the shore of Guadalcanal

A coral reef grows near the shore of Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands, Melanesia



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"Unveiling the Marvels of Photosynthesis: From Chloroplasts to Sunflowers" In the intricate world of plants, a pea plant's cell holds a secret powerhouse known as chloroplast. These tiny green structures work tirelessly, converting sunlight into energy through the process of photosynthesis. Nature's artistic touch can be witnessed in mesmerizing patterns etched on sandy shores by mint-sauce worms, scientifically named Symsagittifera roscoffensis or Convoluta, and is awe-inspiring to think that these delicate creatures contribute to the grand cycle of life. Delving deeper into chloroplast structure reveals an exquisite artwork crafted by nature itself. Picture No. 11675585 captures this creation beautifully, showcasing its conceptual image and highlighting its significance in sustaining life on Earth. Traveling across continents, we encounter the Hawaiian Laua e fern, Microsorum grossum, which found its way to Hawaii and thrives in Aneho omalu Bay. This resilient fern reminds us of nature's adaptability and resilience against all odds. The iconic sunflower stands tall against a radiant sun backdrop in c. 1945 oil painting—a timeless symbol representing beauty and vitality intertwined with photosynthesis' essence—the ability to harness solar energy for growth and survival. Exploring Spain's Balearic Islands brings us face-to-face with the vibrant crown daisy flower (Glebionis coronarium). Its petals basked under warm European sunlight remind us that even small blooms play their part in sustaining our ecosystem. Venturing further westward takes us to Providence, Rhode Island—where yellow marigolds joyfully soak up every ray of sunshine they can find. Their bright hues serve as a reminder that photosynthesis not only fuels life but also adds color and vibrancy to our surroundings. A serene forest scene unfolds in Upper Bavaria, Germany when encountering Lady Fern (Athyrium filix-femina).