Yes, plants use many chemicals as they grow. Plants use the chemicals ATP (adenosine triphosphate or energy made from chemical compounds) and NADPH to convert light energy into food (sugars). Plants also chemicals to capture light energy, including chlorophyll. Some plants use chemicals to prevent herbivores from eating their leaves. They produce bitter tasting chemicals to avoid predation. In conclusion, plants use many chemicals in order to produce food and grow.
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