How many bubbles are there in photosynthesis?
Plants have shown to produce more bubbles when placed closer to a light source than further away.
Not too many people know that the rate of photosynthesis is determined by the number of bubbles formed by the Elodea plants. It is interesting to know that the oxygen bubbles are a product of photosynthesis. Science people discovered that plants have shown to produce more bubbles when they were placed closer to a light source than further away. Needless to say, the efficiency of photosynthesis can be measured by the amount of oxygen bubbles formed during a given amount of time. You have to understand that the bubbles counted were only the ones that floated to the top of the test tube.