What Is the Definition of Plant Respiration?

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Plant respiration is a biological process in which the green plants create oxygen and release it into the air. During this process, the plants absorb free molecules from oxygen and use them to make carbon dioxide, water and energy that will help in growth of the plant. In animals it is refereed to as breathing.
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Plant respiration is the mechanism by which energy stored in the form of glucose, a product of photosynthesis, is released for use in plant metabolism. Photosynthesis uses light energy
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i think its when plant cells breakdown sugar molocules to release oxygen and carbon molocules.
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( ′plant ′res·pə′rā·shən ) (botany) A biochemical process in plants whereby specific substrates are oxidized with a subsequent release
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Aerobic respiration in plants is when they take in oxygen(O2) and release
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