Yes. They get their food by a process called photosynthesis. But they get some nutrients or energy sometimes,-from their host like a bird-nest fern clinging onto a tree.
they make food from the sun a proscess known as photosynthesis
These are both nonvascular plants and are quite capable of preforming photosynthesis, thus they can easily make their own food as can all plants.
all plants, except maybe epiphytes, make their own food, this is the essence of photosynthesis
bird's nest fern
yes it does...it is called photosynthesis.
a toadstool does but a fern does not. a fern makes its own food
Yes, the plant is capable of producing its own food via photosynthesis
well, the fern sporophytes are plants you can easily see, but you can barely see moss sporophytes. Fern sporophytes eventually make there own food, but mostly sporophytes cannot make food.
The Christmas fern does not eat anything but makes its own food. The Christmas fern requires moisture.
fern makes its own food while the toadstool does not
no they do not make their own food autotrouphs make their own food
a fern is a producer since it undergoes photosynthesis and produces its own food. producers are also sometimes referred to as "autotrophs."
No, snails do not make their own food.
No grass does not make it own food .
An organism that can make its own food
Plants do make their own food.
Autotrophs can make their own food.
They make their own food because they have chloroplast which is where photosynthesis takes place so this is how they make their own food.
Autotrophs are organisms that make their own food through either chemosynthesis or photosynthesis. Examples include the resurrection fern, green algae and cyanobacteria.
The animal kingdom does not make it own food. There is really no animals that make food
animals can't make their own food