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Do Plants Recycle?



Do Plants Recycle?

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     challenging words:    glucose, dioxide, carbon, photosynthesis, reused, believe, gone, recycle, release, example, have, exhale, same, change, other, already


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Do Plants Recycle?
By Erin Horner
  

1     Have you gone green? Do you recycle? Recycling is the process of taking waste products and turning them into something that can be reused. It is very good for planet Earth. When you recycle plastic milk jugs, for example, new materials like traffic cones and baby bathtubs can be made. Believe it or not, plants recycle, too. They don't recycle the same way we do, but they do take something used and turn it into something new. Plants use carbon dioxide, the waste product that people and animals exhale. They use this gas and other ingredients to make .....
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