Examples of Plants?

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Plants are living organisms and are necessary for any ecosystem. Plants include a variety from flowering plants to non-flowering types of plants. Plants are grown in homes as well as outside. Trees, flowers, shrubs, vegetables, and grass are all examples of plants. Plants grow on land and in the oceans. Plants have stems, leaves, and roots and get energy directly from sunlight. They get energy using photosynthesis, which uses light and carbon dioxide, to synthesize food.
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