Answer: Green plants make the glucose they need in a chemical reaction called photosynthesis.The plant takes in water and carbon dioxide and combines them using the energy from sunlight which it traps with a chemical called chloropyl. Chlorophyl is the green pigment which makes the plants appear green. The plant makes glucose to use for energy and the waste product is oxygen.
Answer: SCUM on/in anything is not something to ingest, please!
Yes, it should be a plant type base, but most likely has a poisonous factor to it.
Scum on lake waters, carry a toxin that if it gets up your nose, it fatal. We have had a couple fatalities each summer, mostly late summer when it develops. The young children are in those numbers as well as teens.
You do not let your animals ingest from scum water. Sometimes dogs will lap from unclean water sources, that is why one of their necessary shots is for that bacterium.
Answer: Blue green algae or cyanobateria are nitrogen fixing prokaryotic bacteria which are one of the few organisms which can turn atmospheric ,comparitively inert and unusable nitrogen(N2)into usable compounds like nitrites(NO2) and nitrates(NO3)which are used by plants for synthesis of nitrogen compounds like proteins necessary for life
Answer: This is correct. The chlorophyll is a pigment that, in addition to making the leaf green, it allows photosynthesis which is the process of using sunlight to convert carbon dioxide to oxygen in addition to making proteins and sugars. All life on earth is reliant on photosynthesis.
Answer: yes. ex: cactus. True plants (as opposed to fungus) have chlorophyll in their leaves. They carry out photosynthesis like any other plant, but other chemicals in the leaves mask the chlorophyll, giving the leaf a non-green hue. There is also a species of parasitic dodder (Cuscuta europaea) which does not photosynthesize, and depends on other plants for nutrition.