Why plants are important as a source of energy in ecological communities?
Plants performing photosynthesis convert carbon dioxide to organic carbon compounds using sunlight as a source of energy; these compounds go on to fuel nearly all other organisms in the ecosystem, from bacteria to animals.
What are the 10 benefits of plants?
- Plants reduce stress.
- Plants in the home can fend off a blocked nose.
- Plants have air-cleaning qualities around the home.
- Plants help prevent allergies.
- Plants combat cigarette smoke.
- Plants improve the acoustics in the house.
- Plants ensure a good night’s sleep.
What ecosystem services do plants provide?
Ecosystems provide many of the basic services that make life possible for people. Plants clean air and filter water, bacteria decompose wastes, bees pollinate flowers, and tree roots hold soil in place to prevent erosion.
- Why plants are important as a source of energy in ecological communities?
- What are the 10 benefits of plants?
- What ecosystem services do plants provide?
- How do plants impact the environment?
- Can an ecosystem survive without plants?
- What would happen to an ecosystem if all the plants died?
- How do plants help in maintaining the ecological balance?
- What is the main source of energy in the environment?
- What is the source of energy for the working of an ecosystem?
- What is the main source of energy for producers in an ecosystem?
- What will happen if the grasses are removed from an ecosystem?
- What will happen to all organisms if there is no sunlight?
- What process do plants use to create food?
- What would happen if plants do not perform photosynthesis?
- What does a plant need to grow?
- How do plants obtain the nutrients they need to grow and develop?
- How do plants help the soil?
- What do plants need to grow and survive?
- Where do plants get energy to live and grow?
- What would happen if there were no plants?