PLANTS: HOW THEY LIVE AND HOW THEY ARE MADE
Plants, humans and animals more generally, like any other living organism, need energy to carry out any direct or indirect action. But not any source of energy: only the chemical energy contained in food, within their chemical bonds. In practice, we compare for example a sugar molecule to a bomb that contains a large amount of energy that only when it is broken or "blown up", releases all the energy it contains that is "captured" to be used for all metabolic activities . Let's see how plants get the energy and everything they need to live with chlorophyll photosynthesis, respiration and transpiration.
How plants live
How plants are made