|Does sunlight provide a plant with energy?|
|Question Date: 2017-10-26|
Yes, plants use the light from the sun as
energy. Plants use the light to turn water
and carbon dioxide into sugars and oxygen. The
oxygen becomes the oxygen we breathe, and the
sugars become food for the plant.
Yes, sunlight is a plant's food, which gives it
energy and helps it grow! The sun is used by the
plant in a process called photosynthesis,
where the plant converts the suns light into
energy. Humans and animals then eat the plants,
which gives them energy!
Most plants get their energy from light,
which usually means sunlight, although it is
possible to grow plants using electric lights.
Yes, sunlight provides plants with
energy. Plants make their own food by a
process called photosynthesis. They react
water and carbon dioxide together with the energy
provided by sunlight to produce sugar and oxygen.
Sugar is their food and they exhale oxygen.
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