How Do Plants Get Food?

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Infobase Publishing, Mar 6, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 33 pages
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When people get hungry, they eat a meal. All animals and plants need water and sustenance to survive and grow. Animals get their energy from eating food, but plants have a different method. How Do Plants Get Food? exposes how plants get food and make energy through photosynthesis. Real-world examples are colorfully shown with full-color photographs and illustrations.

 

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Contents

Food and Life
4
Food Factory
6
Roots and Stems
8
Leaves
10
The FoodMaking Process
12
Plants that Steal
14
AnimalEating Plants
16
Plants and Ecosystems
18
Food Chains
22
Food Webs
24
Energy Pyramids
26
Helping Plants Help People
28
Glossary
30
To Learn More
31
Index
32
Copyright

Producers and Consumers
20

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DOB: 05/28/1952

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