Why plants are considered as living things?

Aug. 3, 2019, 4:09 p.m. -- Latest version
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A living being is that being who is born, feeds, reproduces and dies. If we take this definition into account, plants are living beings. They are born from a seed, a stake, a rhizome or by spores. Plants cannot move or feel, but they can make their own food through photosynthesis.

Plants feed on dispersed inorganic matter in the soil and convert it into organic matter. They reproduce using flowers to give rise to fruits and seeds, they can reproduce asexually by means of stakes or by rhizomes and die once they have completed their life cycle or by external forces.

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