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2015-07-11T20:39:23+05:30
THEY MUST FEED ON DEAD REMAINS OR OTHER DECOMPOSING MATERIAL AS THEIR FOOD . UNLIKE GREEN PLANTS THEY LACK IN CHLOROPHYLL THEY CANT MAKE THEIR OWN FOOD.
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2015-07-12T23:52:09+05:30
The non-green plants are usually saprophytic or saymbiotic in nature.
Non-green plants like fungi may be saprophytic or parasitic. They cannot make their own food due to the lack of chlorophyll.
But they take food from other organisms or consumps nutrition from dead and decaying organisms. That is why they grow on dead and decaying
matter in damp and warm places to get sufficient nutrition.

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