A tree makes its own food by photosynthesis.
because they make there own food
YesAutotrophs make their own food from Photosynthesis.
Yes, trees make their own food and are known as being autotrophic organisms. These organisms make their own food. The leaves of the tree have chlorophyll, which uses the sun's energy to create energy. This is photosynthesis.
so the leaves can get sunlight for the tree and make its own food
In a biome, a producer is any plant that can make its own food such as a tree or flower
The tree can make its own "food" from sunlight and the lion cannot.
the leaves make the food for the tree by photosynthesis
no they do not make their own food autotrouphs make their own food
A tree gets its food from sunlight, much like plants. It creates it own food.
Yes, an acacia tree is producer. This is because plants and trees make their own food through the process of photosynthesis.
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.
A pine tree like most plants creates it own food. It absorbs nutrients from the soil and participates in making it own food through by photosynthesis.
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.
A tree eats the food that it produces . The tree produces it's own food so it can eat and grow . Other organisms depend on the food it produces .
The animal kingdom does not make it own food. There is really no animals that make food
animals can't make their own food
plants make there own food by photosynthesis.
flatworms cannot make their own food.