Can Plants Live without Carbon Dioxide?


Carbon dioxide is an integral part of the process of photosynthesis which plants need to survive. Plants cannot live without carbon dioxide. During photosynthesis, plants use six carbon dioxide molecules and six water molecules. Without carbon dioxide, human beings would not have the by-product that plants produce, which is oxygen.
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No. Plants need carbon dioxide for the process of photosynthesis along with sunlight and water from the ground. Without photosynthesis a plant simply can't survive.
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