How Do Plants Breath?


Plants do not breathe the same way human beings breathe, but they do breathe. Plants breathe by passive process, which is also referred to as respiration. They usually do this in their leaves by the exchange of both oxygen and carbon dioxide.
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With enough water, gas exchange pores on the leaves, called stomata, open. Stomata close and breathing stops at sunset when the light reaction of photosynthesis stops. The stomata
There are openings on the undersides of leaves. Air moves in and ou...
In typical plants, the stomata open during the day when photosynthesis occurs. Carbon dioxide is drawn into the leaf and used to produce sugars. As a by-product, oxygen escapes out
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Plants breath through a process called photosynthesis. During this process, plants use sunlight and oxygen to convert energy. Plants help the environment when they breath, because they release important gases for people!
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