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Definition Of Plants
Aug 17, 2018

In nature, all living organisms belong to the living organism.

Biology should be divided into several boundaries, the line of living and autotrophic organisms known as the plant community, referred to as plants. Plants have distinct cell walls and nuclei, and their cell walls are composed of glucose polymers-cellulose. Plants are capable of photosynthesis-that is, they can use water, minerals, and carbon dioxide to produce food with the help of light and chlorophyll, which is not available in animals.   After releasing oxygen, glucose is left--a substance rich in energy--as part of a plant's cells. Aristotle divides the biological area into plants (usually not moving) and animals (which often move to get food). In the forest Sinai system, it is divided into the plant and animal Kingdom two realms. Later, it became known that the defined plant community contained several unrelated taxa and moved fungi and algae to the new boundary. However, there are still many opinions about plants, both professionally and in the eyes of the general public. And it is true that there is a problem in trying to perfect the plant in a single category, because for most people, the term "plant" is not very clear about the relationship between the concepts of taxonomy and the systematics of systematics, and the main breeding methods are layering, splitting, cutting, grafting, seed

, spores and so on.

Note: There is now a pan-plant boundary for this classification.


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