How Does Air Pollution Affect Plants?


Pollution affects plants by destroying them. Plants are damaged after pollutants such as sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide, ozone, and peroxyacl nitrates enter into the leaf pores of plants. You can find more information here:
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How Does Air Pollution Affect Plants?
Human industrial and commercial activity cause air pollution, and this can damage plants both in the short and long term. Although air pollution has decreased in most of the developed world due to strict regulations and controls designed to improve air... More »
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