. Plants in a forest are known as

(a)          heterotrophs.

(b)          saprotrophs.

(c)           decomposers.

(d)          autotrophs.

Best Answer

(d) autotrophs.

Explanation. Plants in a forest are autotrophs as they perform photosynthesis to make their own food from carbon dioxide and water in presence of green pigment called chlorophyll using energy captured from sunlight.

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