Asked in Biology, Photosynthesis
Is photosynthesis the process plants use to trap the sun's energy to make glucose?
Yes, photosynthesis is the process in which plants use to trap the sun's energy to make glucose! ...
Asked in The Sun
Do plants obtain there energy from the sun?
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. ...
Asked in Biology, Botany or Plant Biology
What eventually happens to energy from the sun which is captured by the plants in the wood?
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. ...
Asked in Fossil Fuels
How did plants and animals that make up fossil fuels get their energy?
The original source of energy for plants and animals is sunlight. Plants use the energy of sunlight to make food, by means of a process called photosynthesis, and animals eat those plants. ...