Plants (Archaeplastida Adl et al. 2005, former scientific names: Vegetabilia, Plantae, Phytobionta, Plastida, Primoplantae) - eukaryotic and autotrophic organisms that use solar radiation energy due to assimilation dyes (heterotrophic organisms also occur in plants - parasitic, including also mycothel-heterotrophic, but they are of secondary nature). The plants are made of cells that form the higher-organized tissues and organs in plants. They enable them to breathe, nutrition, growth and development. The photosynthesis process is carried out with chlorophylls containing chlorophyll and endosymbiotic cyanobacteria. The staple product is starch. They have a stiff, usually cellulosic cell wall. Plants are also characterized by their ability to continue to grow due to creative tissues that have a permanent ability to divide cells. They are usually permanently attached to the ground. The evolution caused a huge variety of forms of their construction and adaptation to the various environmental conditions prevailing on Earth.
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