yes it is :3
they store it in the form of starch.
Plants store extra energy as starch, which can come in a wide range of forms. Potato plants store them in big underground tubers that we know as the edible vegetable, as do carrots, parsnips, turnips, etc. Apples, tomatoes, grapes and oranges are all other examples of energy storage sites. You may realise that these often correlate with the plant's seed location/vessel, for obvious reasons.
plants get their food from sunlight
Plants, Of course no plants, no food, no food, no humans.
It cause taproots to grow deep by aerial roots💬💭💭💭💭💭💭💭💭💭💭💭
Taproots are the anchor roots of plants . The taller the plant the deeper the tap root.
Plants store food for energy.
because there are more plants that are vegetables
Plants store much of their food in the form of starch.
Plants that store food in their seeds are, Pears and peas.
Plants store the food in the form of starch, glucose and cellulose ...
Usually animals store food for the winter obviously. Plants store food i guess because they might need food if the food and water supply runs out. the plants have extra food.
normally all plants store food cuz they use the leaves o store food, what they need is sunlight and water.
bamboo has grass taproots because bamboo is a grass. it is one of the only plants in the world to have grass taproots
The plants store food to overcome unfavourable periods of growth and making continuity of life.
Plants store food as starch.
The product of photosynthesis is glucose (sugar). Plants store it as starch.