Through the process of photosynthesis, plants and algae obtain energy from the sun to convert carbon dioxide and water into sugars. Therefore, plants are primary producers and the base of most food chains
Oxygen is then produced as a by-product of photosynthesis. Then photosynthesis helps convert carbon dioxide and water into sugars. This is Earth’s way of having a continuous supply of oxygen.
Plants play a huge role in our economy. The really do shape our lives because we use them for rope, lumber, beverages, spices, fuel, paper, fabrics, medicines.
Flowering Plants The most important plant in the Plant Kingdom are Flowering plants or angiosperms. They are the most important because of their economic importance. They provide most of the products that humans use.
Non-flowering Plants Ferns, liverworts or moss, and gymnosperm are in the category of non-flowering plants. The most important of these are the gymnosperm because they consist of conifers like cedar or pine. In return we use these for resources such as paper, fuel, or constructing things like homes or cabinets.
With your partner, complete the worksheet that is coming around. You will have about 15 minutes to complete it.