What do plants obtain from animals?
Plants can obtain a variety of things from animals. The main things are CO2 from the exhaust of mammals, and the minerals/nutrients from animals' waste. Nitrogen from chicken waste is a very good example.
Animals obtain energy by consuming plants and other animals. The plants obtain their energy from the sun through the process called photosynthesis.
Plant obtain their food from the sun. The process is called photosynthesis. Animals obtain their food from animals or plants.
Animals are able to obtain phosphorus from plants that they may eat. It is also possible that animals that don't ingest plants can obtain phosphorus from the smaller animals that they may eat that do eat plants.
Animals obtain their glucose by consuming plants or other animals
Animals obtain their energy from the consumption of plants or other animals.
Everything needs some sort of nutrients to live. Fungi get their nutrients from photosynthesis, plants do the same and obtain it from the roots, animals obtain their nutrients from eating plants, and other animals.
Plants produce carbohydrates as a product of photosynthesis. Animals obtain carbohydrates by ingesting plants or other sources of carbohydrates.
plants obtain by drnking
simples. sun get enery from plants, animals get energy from plants. we eat plants and animals so we obtain energy
Plants obtain glucose from the sun it then turns the glucose into energy Same with animals but they get it through food :)
They eat plants or animals
Animals obtain nitrogen by eating plants which have absorbed nitrogen from the soil.
Plants make their own glucose during photosynthesis. Animals obtain theirs by digesting food. They both obtain the oxygen from the air.
By eating plants and other animals.
From the plants or animals they eat.
Plants obtain their energy from the Sun; animals obtain their energy from plants (perhaps indirectly, by eating other animals that eat plants); some living beings can obtain energy from chemical reactions, using substances that are available to them.
obtain energy from nucleas
by eating them
by eating plants or other animals
Animals eat plants or other animals, depending on their species.
Plants have the ability of making they're own food, but animals have to eat other animals to obtain energy.
Plants get energy by photosythesis while animals get energy by plants.
Nitrogen is found in all living systems as part of the makeup of biological compounds. Animals obtain the nitrogen they need by eating plants, or by eating other animals that have eaten plants.
they eat plants and animals
Photosynthesis gives plants energy, and when animals eat the plants, they gain energy from the plants. And, of course, when animals eat other animals, they indirectly obtain energy from the plants, which get their energy from the sun. So, the answer would be the sun.
They obtain there food by killing animals and gathering fruit and plants
in the lungs
eating the plants
obtain food by eating plants and animals
Plants make their own food. Animals must eat to obtain food.
Animals don't use photosynthesis. Only plants do. Animals obtain energy and carbon from other organisms. Plants get from light and CO2
Plants and animals die and decomposers break down their nitrogen containing molecules to ammonia. All animals get the nitrogen they need by eating plants, by eating other animals that ate plants, or by eating animals that ate animals that ate plants.
Decomposers are organisms that obtain nutrients by breaking down dead and decaying plants and animals. Decomposers are at the end of the food chain.
Plants are able to obtain and acquire their Foodstuffs mostly from Sunlight Alone. Animals must obtain their Foodstuffs from all and any other Sources that did actually Originate from Sunlight.
some how, they just get them.
Herbivores obtain carbon from plants, which are rich in carbon compounds. Carnivores obtain carbon from herbivores.
by consuming other plants and animals
by consuming plants or other animals
they are known as heterotrops the cant make food themselves they depend on other plants and animals example fungi,like mushroom
They are saprophytic and live on dead parts of plants and animals
Not always. When they don't they die.
Plants get it from bacteria which live associated with their roots who take atmospheric nitrogen and fixate it (nitrogen cycle). Animals can only get it by ingesting organic compounds which contain nitrogen, such as plants and other animals which have eaten plants.
Because animals have less energy in the them look up the energy pyramid and plants have more energy in them
Plants absorb nitrogen compounds either from the soil or from symbiotic bacteria attached to their roots. Animals obtain nitrogen from the food they eat.
Animals assimilate phosphorus by the foods that they eat. Phosphorus is in plant cells and is transferred to animals through the plants they eat, in turn carnivores obtain phosphorus from their prey that eat plants.
they are decomposers
Plants take up the phosphate ions from the soil. The phosphates then moves from plants to animals when herbivores eat plants and carnivores.
Animals obtain energy by eating food. Plants obtain energy by making food using sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water. Animals move purposefully at least during some stage of their lives, and plants never move from place to place (although some plants are capable of tilting slowly, or shutting, such as the Venus Flytrap). Plants have chloroplasts (to produce food), and cell walls. Animals have neither cell walls nor chloroplasts.
Animals and humans eat food to stay alive. Metabolic processes break down the food (plants and animals) to obtain energy, and the materials needed to build and repair the body.
Carnivores are meat eaters, not plant eaters, but they indirectly obtain their food from plants because they each other animals that do get their food from plants.