Plants - How they are made and how they live

Plants - How they are made and how they live

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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.

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