The majority of the strong material in a plant is taken from the climate. Through a procedure known as photosynthesis, most plants utilize the vitality in daylight to change over carbon dioxide from the climate, in addition to water, into basic sugars. Parasitic plants, then again, utilize the assets of their host to develop. These sugars are then utilized as building pieces and frame the principle basic part of the plant. Chlorophyll, a green-shaded, magnesium-containing color is basic to this procedure; it is by and large presence in plant leaves, and regularly in other plant parts also.