Plants use the energy in sunlight to make food
what type of energy do plants use to make food
Plants use the energy from the sun to make glucose.
do plants use energy from the sun to make their own food
Plants use Photosynthesis (energy from the sun) to make its own energy.
Plants use light energy to make glucose.
Autotrophic plants having chloroplasts in their cells use sun's energy to make their food.
They use the Energy from the Sun.
The plants produce energy with a function called photosynthesis. They use sunlight to make energy.
Light. In photosynthesis, plants use the energy of light to make organic molecules.
Photosynthesis is the process by which plants change light into energy. Plants use photosynthesis to make sugars for energy.
Plants use light as their source of energy to make carbohydrates such as sugars.
Yes, photosynthesis is the process in which plants use to trap the sun's energy to make glucose!
plants use energy by using it for resources. It is helpful to the plant because it can make lots of stuff out of it like food.
Yes - during photosynthesis, plants use sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water to make carbohydrates (which is sugar) to use for energy. Animals get energy from eating carbs. Plants can't eat, so they have to make their own carbs for energy.
They use photosynthesis to turn sun energy to food energy.
They are called green plants.
All plants do that
plants use energy to sunlight
Plants, like animals, use glucose to make ATP. This is called the "energy currency" of the cells. It powers the cells.
Plants in the woods capture energy from the sun to use photosynthesis. They use that energy to make glucose and oxygen in order to make "food" to grow and survive.
It has to be photosynthesis.