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How does global warming affect photosynthesis?
November 21, 2011 9:38AM
Photosynthesis helps reduce Global Warming by taking in carbon dioxide. If there is too much of it, then carbon dioxide keeps the sunlight inside earth's atmosphere making the earth warmer. This leads on to global warming, but photosynthesis helps reduce parts of the effect.
A recent Scientific Article stated that CO2 reclamation could be Adequately Accomplished by the Revisioning of all of Our land use and Agricultural practices.