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What do grubs eat?
grubs eat lettuce, garbanzo beans and dead leafs also to give it water one a month for 5 months so it will turn into a bug you want it to be................. grubs eat lettuce, garbanzo beans and dead leafs also to give it water one a month for 5 months so it will turn into a bug you want it to be................. ...
What is the process through which plants make glucose?
Photosynthesis is the process where plants turn sunshine and carbon dioxide into glucose. Of course water is also essential. ...
Asked in Acids and Bases
Why does glucose does not turn blue litmus red?
It is because glucose is not acidic it is a alkaline Nope. Glucose is neither acid nor alkali. Glucose does not disassociate into ions when dissolved in water and has no effect on pH, thus also has no effect on litmus indicator. ...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology
What does glucose get turned into in a plant?
They can turn glucose into sucrose: this is a sugar carried around the plant in special tubes called phloem. They can turn some of the glucose into fat or protein. Glucose contains three chemical elements: Carbon Hydrogen Oxygen ...
Asked in Genetics
Is glucose found in both plant cells and animal cells?
Glucose is found in animal cells. Plant use glucose to stay alive, glucose acts like food to the plants. Plants do not store glucose, but, they turn glucose into starch and store them in their leaves. When they cannot photosynthesise and they need food, they would turn starch back into glucose and use them. ...
Asked in Plants and Flowers, Genetics, Evolution
Are flowers carbon based lifeforms?
Very much so! The plants that have flower, angiosperms, take in CO2 and with sunlight a water turn it into C6H12O6 basically. With this, glucose and it polysaccharides they buid the plant, among the other things they do with glucose. ...