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Plant cells. By Trent miller. Photosynthesis. Photosynthesis is plants making food and energy from water , carbon dioxide and sunlight. . The difference.

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plant cells

Plant cells

By Trent miller

  • Photosynthesis is plants making food and energy from water , carbon dioxide and sunlight.
the difference
The difference
  • The differences is that plants have cell walls. And that animal cells are round plant cells are rectangle. Also animal cells don’t have chloroplast but a plant cell dose.
angiosperms and gymnosperms
Angiosperms and gymnosperms
  • Gymnosperms: a plant such as cycad or conifer which seed are enclosed with in an ovary.
  • Angiosperms: a plant that produce a flower or a fruit.
cuticle plants
Cuticle plants

Cuticle plants is when the leaf has a waxy film that helps prevents water loss by vapor.

saprophytes and gametophyte
Saprophytes and gametophyte

saprophyte , any plant that depends on dead plant or animal tissue for a source of nutrition and metabolic energy, e.g., most fungi (molds) and a few flowering plants, such as Indian pipe and some orchids. Most saprophytes do not produce chlorophyll and therefore do not photosynthesize; they are thus dependent on the food energy they absorb from the decaying tissues, that they help to break down.

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