Plants produce CO2 (Carbon dioxide) all the time as a metabolic product of
respiration, but when light is available, they can use and fix some of this CO2 as
Do all kind of plants emit the same amount of carbon dioxide? ... tree in your
room it wouldn't produce as much CO2 in the night as you do.
Feb 16, 2009 ... Bottom line: Green plants DO NOT convert carbon dioxide (CO2) into oxygen (O2
). The oxygen produced during photosynthesis comes from ...
Yes, most plants take in carbon dioxide during photosynthesis during the day and
release carbon dioxide during respiration at night. However, plants take up ...
Jun 17, 2016 ... During day with sunlight: CO2>Oxygen. At night or plants that are in shade, they
don't produce oxygen at all but produce CO2? Correct?
May 2, 2013 ... One of the byproducts of respiration is carbon dioxide. In other ... Would that
mean that plants really do compete with humans for oxygen?
Plants use carbon dioxide to produce food. Through photosynthesis, they convert
carbon dioxide and water into sugar. They derive energy from the sun to ...
The green leaves of plants carry out both photosynthesis (in light) and respiration
(all the time). Photosynthesis uses carbon dioxide to make sugar and produces ...
www.katyisd.org/campus/KDE/Documents/Fifth Grade/Carbon Dioxide and Oxygen Cycle.pdf
The cycle of carbon dioxide and oxygen on Earth is dependent on plants and
animals. Plants provide ... may be to use fuels that do not produce carbon dioxide
Feb 29, 2012 ... CO2 generators are optimized to produce as little heat as possible, while ...
Below 200 PPM, plants do not have enough CO2 to carry on the ...