How Do Trees Breathe?

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Tree's are unique plants because they actually 'breathe' through the intake of carbon in mass amounts and then they return to the air breathable awesome oxygen!
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When a human breathes, they take into their bodies oxygen and then exhale the carbon dioxide. In trees and plants, however this process is reversed. You may notice that when you walk into a wooded area that you can breathe better. This is because the plants around you are exhaling large amounts of oxygen.
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a tree absorbs carbon monoxide that we breath out and then the tree gives out the air we breath in.
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Yes, breathing does take place in the leaf but it is chlorophyll that actually absorbs the carbon dioxide. The carbon dioxide that they absorbed is then used with water to dissolve
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Oxygen flows freely in the atmosphere, so even if there are no trees nearby you can still breathe!
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