How Do Plants Store Their Food?

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Plants usually store food as starch in their fruits such as an apple, or roots like a potato. Whether they store their food in roots or fruits depends on the plant.
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Plants store their food as starch in the fruits that they produce such as the apple plant. Others like potatoes store their foods in their roots. They use the energy derived from the food for growth purposes and for reproduction.
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in their root.
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Plants use chlorophyll to absorb the sunlight. This is actually the pigment that makes green plants green. It causes the leaves to plants to act like miniature natural solar panels,
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Plants make food thru photosynthesis. It is a process in which plants uses the energy coming from the sun to manufacture carbohydrates from carbon dioxide and water.
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You can find plant food at most department stores such as Home depot and Lowes. Look
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