Why Do Plants Need Carbon Dioxide?

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Plants need carbon dioxide for photosynthesis, which leads to the production of sugars.
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Carbon dioxide is important to plants because it is part of photosynthesis. They use the carbon dioxide in combination with other minerals to make the sugars that are the food it needs to survive.
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