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.
Apr 18, 2012 ... 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 ...
When plants burn their sugars for food, CO2 is produced as a waste product, just
... night, but since photosynthesis is powered by sunlight, plants absorb much ...
Yes, most plants take in carbon dioxide during photosynthesis during the day and
release carbon dioxide during respiration at night. However, plants take up ...
May 2, 2013 ... During the night, plants consume oxygen but they don't release any. All plants
and ... One of the byproducts of respiration is carbon dioxide. In other ... Would
that mean that plants really do compete with humans for oxygen?
Apr 15, 2008 ... Plants give oxygen during day but at night time do they give Carbon ... "Yes,
plants do have a net release of carbon dioxide at night due to ...
Feb 14, 2009 ... My concern is whether the fact that plants release carbon dioxide, not ... And, to
that end, if plants do compromise the breathing air at night, ...
Feb 16, 2009 ... The O<sup>18</sup> was found in the oxygen gas produced by the plant, but was NOT ...
Bottom line: Green plants DO NOT convert carbon dioxide (CO2) into oxygen (O2
). ...... I have read that plants inhale O2 and exhale CO2 at night?
It's true that while plants typically absorb carbon dioxide and emit oxygen, ... At
night, plants absorb more oxygen than they produce, and they emit carbon
dioxide. ... But more likely, it has to do with a potentially real health hazard
Nurses sometimes remove flowers from hospital wards at night because they ...
Photosynthesis uses carbon dioxide to make sugar and produces oxygen as a ...