What Is The Name Given To The Types Of Organisms That Can Use Photosynthesis To Produce Glucose? In Addition, Provide Three Specific Examples.


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amber Jhon answered
The type of organisms that use photosynthesis to produce glucose are called as photoautotrophs.They use energy from sunlight and water and minerals from the soil and produce glucose that is a source of energy.All green plants such as bryophytes and tracheophytes are photoautotrophs.Moreover algae also get energy through photosynthesis.
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The Name given to the types of organisms that can use Photosynthesis to produce glucose is glycolysis.  This is how ATP is produced.  There is no other way.

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