What is the energy autotrophs use to make their own food?

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Solar Energy.
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Another word for producers is autotrophs. Consumers get their energy
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They get their energry from the photons emitted by the sun (sunlight) These photons then go through a series of steps to undergo photosyntheses, which produces a sugar called Glucose
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Autotrophs are able to make their own food and can fix carbon. Therefore, they do not use organic compounds as an energy source or a carbon source. Autotrophs can reduce carbon dioxide
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