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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of photosynthesize.

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Examples

  • So the parasite itself has some vestigial machinery inside of it that suggests that it once photosynthesized.

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  • Prof. NYMAN: Some of the carbon being photosynthesized by some these marsh grasses today will be part of a menhaden that will end up in a piece of chicken that you then cook on your stove.

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  • This shows that the carbon in the polyps was recently photosynthesized in the surface prior to being “eaten” by the polyps.

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  • In particular, some have questioned whether the corals feed on re-suspended sediment which could be old and not on recently photosynthesized carbon that falls through the water column, or that they grew faster and then stopped growing when they reached a certain size.

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  • CO2 gets photosynthesized by phytoplankton some of which are capable of depositing it into their own structure as CaCO3.

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  • Graetzel got the idea for dye-sensitized cells from green leaves - nature's mini solar panels - that absorb light which is quickly photosynthesized into energy.

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  • Whereas Striga absorbs nutrients from the host plant without benefit for the host, mycorrhizal fungi perform a highly beneficial function: in return for invading the root cells of a plant and consuming some of the host plant's photosynthesized sugars, mycorrhizal fungi pass on water and nutrients, such as phosphorus, that the fungi absorb from the soil through their fibrillose hyphae.

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  • So the parasite has vestigial machinery inside of it that suggests that it once photosynthesized.

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  • The "moderate" scenario assumed that 2.1 per cent of the earth's annual total photosynthesized carbon would be available for conversion to biochar, containing 40 per cent of the carbon in the original biomass.

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  • Lucy hardly ever ate—skinny as she was, Meredith used to joke that her daughter photosynthesized instead—and as for sleeping, well, she hadn’t gone straight through a night in ages.

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