Many people believe that plants don’t ‘eat’ and that’s mostly true. They don’t have a mouth (most anyways) and they don’t move around to catch their food (again, mostly). However, everything needs to do something to obtain the glucose necessary for cellular respiration. How do plants get the glucose needed to perform cellular respiration assuming they don’t absorb it and can’t hunt for it?
Scavenger Hunt – Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration – Location 3