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What plantlike characteristic does a methanogen share with organisms in the kingdom Plantae?

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A. Plants and methanogens are both capable of producing their own food. B. Plants and methanogens are both eukaryotic, multicellular organisms. C. Plants and methanogens produce food using heat from volcanic vents. D. Plants and methanogens use the sun to produce their own food.
A) Should be the answer. both plant and methanogen are autotrophs who can produce their food. PLANT produce carbohydrate from sunlight and carbon dioxide through photosynthesis. Methanogen synthesis methane from carbon dioxide and hydrogen picked from the environment.
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