How do plants get food?

How do plants get food? 

Unlike creatures, plants deliver their own particular food and with the exception of a couple of meat eating plants, do not eat other organisms. Green plants utilize water, supplements and a green matter in their leaves called 'chlorophyll' to deliver their food. Regularly water and nutrients are retained from the ground through their underlying roots. A few plants, however, have created different methods for acquiring water and nutrients. Numerous tree-dwelling plants make funnel shaped ‘containers' with their leaves to get water. Carnivorous plants utilize their digestive juices to change over the insects, got in their folding or sticky traps, into nutrients.

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