use photosynthetic in a sentence.
The end-the-world scenario is this: A droplet of photosynthetic cyanobacteria escapes into the wild.
Anyone want a live stream of my Eclipse when I code my stochastic progressive photon mapper that will calculate photosynthetically usable radiation in an aquarium?
Do you think it would be possible to see shifts in photosynthetic activity in plants due to low/high nutrients/humidity?
I worry about that exact scenario when thinking about upgrading the lights on my saltwater fish tank (photosynthetic corals need a lot of light).
Trees (plants in general) already do photosynthesis really wellAs I understand it, that's not exactly true; photosynthetic compounds are very efficient at harvesting light, but the chemical conversion to energy-carrying compunds is rather inefficient, I believe on the order of 1%.
The primary [photosynthetic] reactions have close to 100% quantum efficiency (i.
For plants to be on Mars, either A) the immeasurably chaotic process of evolution yielded carbon-based, cellular, stationary, metabolizing, photosynthetic, reproductive things on two planets with vastly different geological and climatic histories, or B) Earth-borne plant material, which has evolved to the point that it can only produce a viable organism in certain rather specific environmental niches on its home planet, has somehow reached a foreign planet and developed into a more-or-less thriving colony of vegetation upon it.
In fact, using current technology, we actually could build a "self-replicating probe" loaded with algae and other photosynthetic single-celled organisms.
Take a look at the link to "Photosynthetic efficiency".
A physically based renderer that will be able to calculate photosynthetically active radiation and usable radiation in aquariums.
From what I recall, you can measure the level of photosynthetic activity in an area given the reflectivity of the land (and, I would think, some basic model of what type of vegetation is present in the area)One example from his research: the fall of the Soviet Union had a statistically significant impact on weather patterns in Kazakhstan (the breadbasket of the USSR) because the land usage changed so much with agricultural policies before and after the fall.
Net photosynthetic efficiency is around 2.
So, I went to the original article  and this is about how they measure fitness:"Measurement of photosynthetic rates [...