Question by  Kyrstin (27)

What are the names of organisms that can use photosynthesis to produce glucose?


Answer by  lmac (355)

Organisms that use energy from the sun's rays to convert carbon dioxide into sugars, such as glucose, through the process of photosynthesis are called autotrophs.


Answer by  Suggestion (335)

Photosynthesis is used by plants to create glucose. Plants actually take in carbon dioxide from the air and water from its roots. Then it uses light energy to combine the two. Then end product of the reaction is glucose and oxygen. This process is important to humans on earth. Oxygen is what we breathe.


Answer by  Sting1 (686)

Any living organism that produces energy through photosynthesis is called phototroph. From the greek photo = light, auto = self, troph = nourishment. The production of glucose: 12H2O + 6CO2 + light → C6H12O6 (glucose) + 6O2 + 6H2O

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