How does animal feed on green plants... please answer?
animals feed on green plants by using green plant's roots,stem and leaves. the fruits of green plants contain starch and are ate by animals for living. the leaves contain energy. some plants store food in their roots. like potato, etc. the stem also contains water and food as in a cactus plant. altogether, animals depend on green plants.
Yes. To get a steak you have to spend a lot of energy on growing plants as food for the animal that will become the steak. And animals aren't that good at turning plants into meat, so you have to feed them a lot more than they produce. If you grow plants to feed to people directly instead, bypassing the animal, the same amount of plants will feed a lot more people than the animal…
You are obviously a Star Wars fan. Fodder is what you feed to an animal. A Bantha is an animal that was thought up for in Star Wars. When someone tells another person that they are any kind of fodder, they are saying that there will be nothing left but enough to feed whatever animal is being referenced. Or if it is an herbivore, they are going to be used to fertilize the plants that…
Why do insectivorous plants need to feed on insects when they are green in colour and can synthesis their food?
I don't fully understand your question, but animals that feed on plants, and grass only are called herbivores (Example: Panda) An animal that feeds on grass and meat is called an omnivore (Example: Pig) lastly, an animal that eats only meat is called a carnivore (Example: Lion) We as humans are tipically omnivores, but can also be herbivores, carnivores, veacons, and so on.
There is a vast array of organisms that feed on dead or decaying matter. On the microscopic scale, bacteria, fungi, and microscopic animal larvae may feed on dead and decarying matter of both plants and animals. On a slightly larger scale, insects such as beetles and ants will also feed on dead and decaying matter. On a much larger scale, scavengers, such as vultures and hyenas will feed on dead animal carcasses.
No, it does not feed off of dead plants and animals directly (as what certain types of fungus would). As with most plants they absorb the nutrients which are available in the soil after the decomposition process has taken place (fungi, bacteria etc). Clover (as with most legumes) is often used as a "green manure" as it is able to "fix" or convert nitrites into nitrates, which other plants can absorb.