Why does a plant need to produce glucose?

Answer To obtain its 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 »

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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How many tomatoes can one plant produce?

When properly cared for, this hardy garden plant has the potential to produce 80 fruit, or 40 fruit when pruned. The total yield in pounds would be approximately 10 to 15 lbs., depending on the fru... Read More »