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An organism capable of photosynthesis

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An organism that uses Photosynthesis to produce glucose is called an Autotroph. Autotrophs are also called "self feeders" because they can produce food(glucose) for their own cells, such as plants.(A Heterotroph is an organism that consumes other organisms to get food for their cells, such as humans.)


An organism that uses Photosynthesis to produce glucose is called an Autotroph. Autotrophs are also called "self feeders" because they can produce food(glucose) for their own cells, such as plants. (A Heterotroph is an organism that consumes other organisms to get food for their cells, such as humans.)



glucose I beleive is used for energy in an organism


Photosynthetic organisms can produce energy from sunlight.


Most, if not all, organisms can produce glucose. Humans and other animals can produce glucose when necessary from other carbohydrates and intermediates (such as glycogen, lactate and pyruvate). This requires, at some point, consumption of autotrophs, to provide the energy and carbon required to produce glucose. Autotrophs can produce glucose (directly or indirectly) from inorganic molecules (i.e., not from eating other organisms). Photosynthetic organisms (photoautotrophs) are autotrophs that specifically produce glucose from light energy. This includes plants, algae and some bacteria (e.g. cyanobacteria).


yes glucose is produced in photosynthesis because it is a type of sugar and all plants produce glucose during photosynthesis.


Photosynthesis is the process of converting water and carbon dioxide into oxygen and glucose. The type of organism that performs this is a plant and sometimes bacteria.


Every living organism does. It is a fundamental process


Glucose does not produce photosynthesis, you have it backwards. Photosynthesis produces glucose.


That is to produce glucose. It is the C source for organisms


No they do not produce glucose.They break up glucose.


They produce carbohydrates in the form of glucose.


Yes, autotrophs use photosynthesis to produce glucose.


Any living organism with oxygen and glucose readily available


plants produce glucose because it is there source of food for energy


They produce ATP by oxidizing Glucose. Energy is stored in glucose.


because if we do not have glucose we cannot produce a glucose..


Organisms use glucose to produce ATP which is the primary energy source for the cells. Food taken in must be broken down to basic building block to be reformed into the requirements of the organism but to get energy it is glucose that is used. Glucose is the primary product of photosynthesis.


If it uses glucose regularly the organisms will produce acid in the open tube only and the indicator will turn yellow. If carbohydrates are metabolized in both tubes, fermentation has occurred. There will be a dark blue color.


The equation you can follow is this: 6CO2+6H2O--->C6H12O6+6O2 Plants put in carbon dioxide and water and produce oxygen and glucose. Oxygen is what we breathe in, which then by this we go through cellular respiration and produce carbon dioxide for plant. Glucose can be used by use when we eat the plant or another organism eats it and we consume that organism. We obtain energy this way. Hope that helped :)


Chlorophyll....doesn't produce energy. It makes molecules called C6H12O6, or glucose. You might just want to remember it as glucose. ;)


A producera specific organism that photosynthesizes would be a tree, but all plants and some bacteria, and even a freshwater jellyfish use light to produce glucose


I believe they are plants and through photosynthesis


the plants will produce glucose if there is any extra food as food comes in sugar and when it is combined with water plus oxygen, it turns to glucose



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