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 Why does a plant need to produce glucose?

Answer To obtain its energy.
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Why does a plant need to make glucose?

glucose is the primary source of energy. ATP's cannot store a lot of energy so the plats use glucose (C6H12O6) to store their energy.
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Do autotrophs use photosynthesis to produce glucose?

Autotrophs use the process of photosynthesis not to produce glucose, but to produce their own food. Glucose is not a direct product of the photosynthetic process, but rather, it is broken down and ... Read More »
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How much ginger does a plant produce?

The part of the ginger plant that people are referring to when talking about the spice, ginger, is actually not the root, as most assume--it is the rhizome. The rhizome grows about 4 or 5 inches i... Read More »
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