Why There Would Be No People without Plants

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Running Header: Why there would be no people without plants 1 Why There Would Be No People without Plants Tracy Huffman Biology Instructor Sommervold June 11, 2011
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Why There Would Be No People without Plants      Plants are one of our most valuable natural resources. Why? Without plants there would be no life on earth! It's a good thing we have plants and plenty of them. We'd like to show you some of the ways that plants affect your daily life. Plants help keep the air clean. Take a deep breath. Plants recycle the carbon dioxide that we give off and turn it into oxygen that we need in order to breathe. Do you have any plants inside your house? Plants kept indoors can help purify the air and smell better than a fake air freshener. Save some money, and buy a plant instead. Plants are our food. Plants are not only food for animals but they are our food too! What did you have for breakfast this morning? Unless you decided to skip breakfast there was probably at least one plant somewhere in there. There are grains in cereal, or maybe you drank orange juice,
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This note was uploaded on 06/18/2011 for the course BIO 1020 taught by Professor Sommervold during the Spring '11 term at North South University.

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