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How do non-green plants such as fungi and bacteria obtain their nourishment?
Fungi and bacteria are decomposers that obtain food by feeding on dead and decaying organic matter in the environment. These include remain of dead plants and animals. Fungi and bacteria break down these complex organic matters into simpler forms releasing carbon dioxide.
Explanation: Fungi and most bacteria cannot prepare their own food as they do not possess the vital chloroplasts for photosynthesis. They feed on dead organic matter and are referred to as decomposers.
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