Plants produce their food through a process called photosynthesis. They need to store their food for future use and growth and development. Different plant parts are used to store food. The reproductive part of the plant is the only part that does not store the food.Complete answer:
Food in plants is made by converting the light energy into chemical energy by a process called photosynthesis. They store their food in the form of starch. The food is made in the leaves of the plant and from here it needs to be transported to other parts of the plant for growth. The conducting tissue like phloem helps in transporting food to different plant parts. Food is stored in plants for future use. Plants grow slowly using the stored food energy. All of the parts of the plant store the food. The only part of the plant that does not store food is the reproductive part. The reproductive part of a plant is called a flower. It is specialized to perform reproduction. A flower consists of the female part called the ovary and the male part called anthers. These two organs make female and male gametes respectively. These gametes fuse to form the zygote. On fertilization, the ovary turns into fruit and the embryo becomes enclosed in the seed. Thus, the flower cannot function to store food; it is for reproduction only. So, option C is the correct answer. Note:
The most common food storage sites in the plant are stems, leaves, and roots. The sugarcane stem stores a large amount of starch which is used by humans for sugar production. Vegetables like carrots are root vegetables. The roots of these vegetable plants are used to store the plant's food.