What does producers give of in photosynthesis?
During photosynthesis, producers give off oxygen (O2) and glucose (C6H12O6).
Most bacteria and fungi are not known as producers because they do not produce their food in processes like photosynthesis. Cynanobacteria are a type of bacteria that conducts photosynthesis which is why they are producers. Many forms of bacteria carry out chemosynthesis which makes them producers. Some fungi are called radioatrophs which also make them producers. Yet for the most part plants are producers.
A producer produces its own food, like how a plant produces its food from the Sun (photosynthesis). Producers are at the bottom of the food chain, they provide food for consumers. Without producers, an ecosystem could not sustain itself. Producers are plants that give us oxygen, and vegetables and fruits. Producers don't eat other producers and organisms, they only get eaten.
PHOTOSYNTHESIS promotes the life of the producers in the ecosystem thus promoting the life of entire organisms in the ecosystem. Photosynthesis is the process of obtaining energy in producers (plants). This is in important because a producers is the beginning of every food chain, and energy passes from a plant to another organism. Photosynthesis takes water and carbon dioxide and makes oxygen and glucose. The process of photosynthesis in plants is fundamental to the carbon/oxygen…