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Science / Nutrition in plants

Science / Nutrition in plants

  • Plants make their own food using sunlight, water, carbon dioxide, and other minerals present in their environment.
  • Most of the plants use photosynthesis process to make their food using a green pigment in their leaves called Chlorophyll.
  • Some plants that do not have chlorophyll use different methods to make their food. They take food from other plants or even eat insects.
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  • Nutrition in Plants - SmartTest

    A SmartTest on Nutrition in Plants

    • Accessed by: 727 Students
    • Average Time: 00:05:17
    • Average Score: 62.78
    • Questions: 29
    • Introduction to Nutrition in plants
    • Plants make their own food
    • Requirements for photosynthesis
    • The working of the stomata
    • Parasitism and symbiosis with examples
    • Saprophytic nutrition - How nutrients are replenished in soil
    • Review of Nutrition in plants
    • Autotrophic nutrition - Plants make their own food
    • Synthesis of other substances
    • Types of Heterotrophic nutrition
  • Nutrition in Plants -- Summary

    Learnhive Lesson on Nutrition in Plants

    • Accessed by: 562 Students

Factoids

Trees get only about 10% of their nutrition from the soil. The rest comes from the atmosphere.

A typical tree can provide enough wood to make 170,000 pencils.

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