These organisms can be called producers or, autotrophs. Example-plants
An organism that makes its own food by photosynthesis is an autotroph.
An organism that literally produces (makes) its own food (from photosynthesis) is a producer.
Yes. The onion is a plant, meaning it can do photosynthesis. Autotrophs (spellcheck) are a type of organism that makes its own food. Photosynthesis is one of the best examples of an organism making its own food.
An organism that makes its own food through the process of photosynthesis is called an autotroph. Another word to describe this type of organism would be: producer.
For an organism to do photosynthesis the organism must have Chloroplast. The only organisms that can do photosynthesis are plants.
A plant is a multicellular organism that produces its own food. It does this using photosynthesis which makes it a producer.
Organisms are called a producer because it makes its own food through photosynthesis.
sunlight (starts with an autotroph -- an organism that makes their own food -- using photosynthesis to get its energy from the sun)
Photosynthesis is when the sun makes food
An organism that makes it's own food is known to be autotrophic. When an autotrophic organism makes it's own food, it is known as photosynthesis. This takes place in the chloroplasts and glucose is produced from it. The glucose is then turned into Adenine Triphosphate (ATP) by the mitochondria.
That is to produce glucose. It is the C source for organisms
it makes its own food through photosynthesis it makes its own food through photosynthesis
no it is a living organism because it makes its own food by sunlight called photosynthesis and lives underwater like algae like most underwater plants do
Plants make their own food in the presence of sunlight. Note: Nothing makes sunlight except the sun. Sunlight enables plants to conduct photosynthesis which produces food and energy for the plant.
An Autotroph/Producer by either Photosynthesis or Chemosynthesis. Autotrophs include green plants, algae and many bacteria.
Heterotrophs are the organisms that cannot make their own food. An organism that makes its own food is called an autotroph. Autotrophs, such as plants, make their food through the photosynthesis process.
An organism that makes it's own food is an autotroph.Commonly called a producer.
An organism that makes its own food is known as an autotroph. Most plants are autorophs.
That process is called photosynthesis. Chloroplast makes the plants food.
Humans and most organisms in the Animilia kingdom don't use photosynthesis to produce food. Do you?