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Carbon dioxide is absorbed through small pores in leaves called stomata. The carbon dioxide is then synthesized with water using the light energy absorbed by chorophyll to produce sugar and oxygen.

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Apr 25, 2017 ... Photosynthesis is the process by which plants use energy from light to convert water and carbon dioxide into sugar and oxygen. Chlorophyll ...

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Let's see how plants get the carbon dioxide and water they need for this process. ... If a plant does not absorb enough water, it will wilt or go floppy. Without water ...

theconversation.com/plants-absorb-more-co2-than-we-thought-but-32945

Oct 14, 2014 ... Plants absorb carbon dioxide from the air, combine it with water and light, ... If the land sink does a better job, it means that for a given climate ...

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Dec 10, 2016 ... The leaves and stems of plants have stomata in their epidermis. Stomata are actually openings present between guard cells. When the guard ...

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Plants absorb carbon dioxide from the air, through the stomata present in their leaves. Stomata are small holes that are present in the underside of...

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By using the energy of sunlight, plants can convert carbon dioxide and water into ... Then why do the plants get rid of all the oxygen they produce during ... plants must absorb oxygen from the air and give off carbon dioxide (which is exactly ...

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Jun 11, 2014 ... Unlike photosynthesis, in which plants absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen, respiration reverses it. And plants respire constantly.

www.telegraph.co.uk/news/earth/environment/globalwarming/11159926/Global-warming-plants-may-absorb-more-carbon-dioxide-than-previously-thought.html

Oct 14, 2014 ... Plants and trees are likely to absorb more carbon dioxide than previously thought , and may even thrive in a carbon rich environment, ...

www.climatecentral.org/library/faqs/plants_need_co2_to_live_so_isnt_more_of_it_a_good_thing

Nov 7, 2009 ... Answer. We do not yet know enough to make adequate projections of the global trends for plant life in a world with higher levels of carbon ...