What Do Plants Produce?

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One of the most significant things that plants do is creating oxygen in addition to making their own food and for animals. For instance, animals such as cows and antelopes eat the leaves of grass. Human beings also use some parts of plants as food and medicine.
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All plants produce oxygen, which is essential for animal life. Plants also produce food, some produce oil for food or industry, and can also be sources for pharma products.
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