The plant transforms electromagnetic energy (light) into chemical energy in photosynthesis.
That is simple, chemical potential energy.
the leaves on the plant absorb sunlight
the process is called Photosynthesis in which the leaves on a plant absorbes the light emitted by the sun and uses it as an ingredient along with water to make glucose, this is what the plant feeds on or uses for energy. i hope this answered your question
The sunlight the chloroplast in the plant cells capture. The chloroplast first gets the sunlight. Then, it uses other stuff like CO2 and water to create the energy that the plant uses.
Chlorophyll, which is the green part of the leaves.
well, from my 5th grade science, my tacher said theres all kind of energy, animals use most of it like us. That includes potential energy and kinetic energy, and others like mechanical energy. If the animals a mammal, just look up what energy humans use.
Photosynthesis. It takes place in the leaves of a plant
A sailboat uses energy from the wind. I don't think this is really an energy transformation; movement energy from the wind is converted into boat movement.
It uses it for energy
it is a nuclear kind of energy
Fireworks uses chemical energy. They produce heat and light energy.
Yes it is true that a power plant that uses fossil fuels transforms chemical energy to thermal energy to mechanical energy to electrical energy
It is in the leaves of the plant.
Sunlight mostly because it is the energy the plant uses
Leaves are instrumental in photosynthesis and the creation of sugars that the plant uses for energy.
a solar collector turns light into heat, and uses that heat to create electricity.