The chlorophyll present on the plants which absorb the sunlight as an energy and helping to convert into chemical energy. The chlorophyll are used by the process of photosynthesis it a photosynthetic pigment which is present on the plants.
During the process of photosynthesis plants traps their light energy with the help of leaves, and they are using the energy of the sun to convert carbon dioxide and water into energy rich molecule sugar known as a glucose. Glucose is providing energy to plants and helping them to make other substances such as starch and cellulose.
Photosynthesis process occurs in leaf cells of the plants and it is a process which means making things in the presence of light.
Sunlight is needed for photosynthesis because the solar energy is what is converted to chemical energy by the plant's chloroplasts.
This energy is necessary for the production of glucose, which provides usable energy for the plant. The chloroplasts contain the green pigment chlorophyll, which absorbs the sun's light.
Option B, Sunlight is converted to chemical energy
The energy from sunlight is used in the process of photosynthesis to convert chemical compounds like carbon dioxide and water into glucose, oxygen and ATP. Adenosine Tri Phosphate (ATP) is the major source of energy in all living organisms. ATP provides power/energy to carry out all other cellular/metabolic process with in a living organism. Also, solar energy is entrapped chemical energy in food (glucose & other sugar etc.) produced by chlorophyll containing organism such as plants, algae, cyanobacterias etc.
Thus, option B is correct
Just looking at these answers none of them seem particularly right as sunlight is used as the energy source to make glucose meaning that it is used as energy to bond hydrogen, carbon, and oxygen. The most right answer however i think is that it is converted into chemical energy.
Helping to feed plants
During photosynthesis, plants trap light energy with their leaves. Plants use the energy of the sun to change water and carbon dioxide into a sugar called glucose. Glucose is used by plants for energy and to make other substances like cellulose and starch.
So, in turn the sunlight gets trapped within the plants, and helps the plants feed.
Correct C). Sunlight is converted to chemical energy
Sunlight is used in the process of photosynthesis by the plants to make glucose and six molecules of oxygen.
During the process of photosynthesis plants capture sunlight with the help of chlorophyll pigments which are present in their leaves. The light energy trap by plant is used to change water and carbon dioxide into the form of sugar called as glucose.
This glucose is used by the plants as a energy to make cellulose and starch . Cellulose is used as the building material for cell wall and starch is stored in seeds and other parts of the plant as a food source which is used by heterotrophs as a food source.
During photosynthesis, plants trap light energy with their leaves. Plants use the energy of the sun to change water and carbon dioxide into a sugar called glucose.
I searched it up after to make sure I was right