GCSE Bitesize is the best site for describing Photosynthesis process in detail. It gives more scientific details on various plant processes including photosynthesis. It starts with an introduction as follows: Green plants do absorb light energy via chlorophyll which is contained in the leaves. This energy is utilized in reacting water with carbon (IV) oxide to produce glucose. In turn, the resulted glucose is then used in respiration in which oxygen is released as a by-product. The site gives a definition of photosynthesis as a chemical change that takes place within the leaves of plants which are green only (Segev et al., 813-829). This is the initial step of producing food not only for plants but also for the animals. Additionally, the site provides different factors affecting photosynthesis process such as CO2, temperature as well as light intensity.
The site had been authored by BBC group and its contents includes; various subjects such as geography, English, business studies, French, art and design in addition to other significant topics. Furthermore, the site has different pages such as news page, weather page, and sports page in addition to other pages. The graphic of this site is well designed with various attractive colors like blue, brick red, light blue and black. There is also a section of audio in which an individual can listen to BBC Radio (Camacho &Alejandro n.p). There are also various such as Science and Nature, BBC Science as well as Nature, Center for revision as well as the Facebook link. The available navigation of this site comprises the subject index, home main page as well as side scroll bar. Additionally, the site also has a section of activity in which site users can upload their requests as well as revision maps. The site page was last updated in November, 2014.
Camacho, Alejandro E. "Going the Way of the Dodo: De-Extinction, Dualisms, and Reframing Conservation." Washington University Law Review92 (2015): 2014-38. Retrived from: http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/science/add_aqa_pre_2011/plants/plants1.shtml
Segev, Elad, and Ayelet Baram-Tsabari. "Seeking science information online: Data mining Google to better understand the roles of the media and the education system." Public Understanding of Science 21.7 (2012): 813-829.