Where Do Plants Get Carbon Dioxide?

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Plants normally get carbon dioxide from their leaves and through their roots they get water from the ground. They get light energy from the sun. Form the leaves, the oxygen produced is released into the air and glucose produced turned into other substances, for example starch which is used like a store of energy.
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