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Leaves of plants absorb light from the sun. Leaves of plants also absorb the air that people breathe out, called carbon dioxide. Leaves of plants also absorb ...

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Nov 11, 2015 ... The process called "Photosynthesis" is how those producers make their food. Energy from sun, water, and oxygen is needed during ...

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Nov 29, 2012 ... Where does all the bear's energy come from? Bears get their ... Many producers make their own food through the process of photosynthesis.

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Without plants people or other animals could not survive because we would not have the food or energy that we need. Plants and vegetable make their own food  ...

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Plants do not need a mouth because they do not eat their food the same way animals do. Plants make their own food! Plants produce their own food. That is why ...

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The answer is photosynthesis, and a description of the complete process and the answer as required by your homework will be found in your textbook under the ...

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They use photosynthesis and use light energy and sugars which theycan use as food.

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They do this by using light energy from the Sun, carbon dioxide from the air and ... This is because they cannot make their own food, so they need to consume ...

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B. Consumers Feed on other organisms, cannot make their own food Example: humans, bear, insects. ... I. Energy Flow A. Producers Make their own food through photosynthesis. Published ... 13 Why do you think all 3 pyramids look similar?