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 Why plants are important to mankind?

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Why do you think the study of biology is important to mankind?

The study of biology has helped mankind in finding cures to diseases by the testing of animals. Biology also helps us have a greater understanding on how the world works. Biology saves lives throu... Read More »
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Why are green plants important?

Without green plants, most life as we know it would be impossible. Plants are the only living organisms capable of manufacturing their own food. In doing so, they provide food to most other living ... Read More »
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What is important about eucalyptus plants?

Eucalyptus is a family of several hundred trees and shrubs originating in Australia. The tree is the "old gum tree" in the children's song about the noisy kookaburra bird. Seventeenth century explo... Read More »
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Why is plants reproduction important?

Because it produces plants that make food that other animals eat, and they are eaten by other animals. Essentially, all the energy on earth comes from Plants because they and a few types of fungi a... Read More »
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