How Does Carbon Dioxide Enter the Leaf?

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Carbon dioxide from the air gets into the leaf through small holes that are on the underside of leaf called stomata. The leaf has loose fitting cells that provide space for carbon dioxide to enter the leaf. It is used during photosynthesis a process by which a plant makes it own food.
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