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Does a Plant Have a Sweet Tooth?



Does a Plant Have a Sweet Tooth?

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Does a Plant Have a Sweet Tooth?
By Erin Horner
  

1     If you could eat any type of food all day long, what would you choose? Some people might pick hamburgers or chicken. Others might prefer fruit. What about sugar? Can you imagine eating sugar all the time? Believe it or not, plants do. Plants make their own food. They make glucose. Glucose is sugar. Plants make this sugar through a process known as photosynthesis. The sugar made by plants, however, is .....
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