Where do plants get carbon dioxide?
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- eAnswers...Nov 13, 2013
All the plants absorb carbondioxide (CO2) from their surrounding air through the tiny holes in their leaves called stomata. With the help of water (soil), oxygen (atmosphere) and sunlight (sun), plants produce glucose and releases oxygen in the atmosphere and this process is known as Photosynthesis.
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