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What can absorb CO2 from the air during nighttime?
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How does the air move during daytime and nighttime?
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Does plants absorb carbon dioxide from the roots Then from where?
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What can you do to reduce unclean resources around us?
What is a CAM plant with reference to photosynthesis?
There are three main groups of photosynthesis: C3, C4, and CAM CAM plants are able to absorb CO2 from the air during nighttime (which helps them save water) and bind it to sugars during the daytime without losing additional water. This method is 50 times more efficient at saving water then C3 however it is significantly slower. please add an example of a CAM plant
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How does the carbon dioxide enter the leaf in dark reaction?
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What is the percentage of O2 and CO2 during inhalation and exhalation in lungs?
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How do plants stop global warming?
While plants take in carbon dioxide during the day, at night they also reverse this cycle and release CO2. The net effect is that they absorb more CO2 than they release. As part of the natural cycle of life they will also release their CO2 back into the air once they die and decompose. Plants don't stop global warming per se, but with higher temperatures and CO2 levels, they along with algae in the sea thrive and absorb large quantities of CO2.
Why do dry climates usually have lower nighttime temperatures than humid climates?
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What is the reaction between sodium hydroxide and moisture in air?
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Where does a plant get the carbon dioxide that it needs for the dark reactions of photosynthesis?
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Why is the air cooler during night time than daytime?
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Why did the levels of carbon dioxide decrease during the day and increase at night?
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What happens to the carbon dioxide level during hyperventilation in fresh air?
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What role does the oceans play in the carbon cycle?
How much CO2 can a tree absorb?
Trees absorb CO2, then break it apart, releasing the oxygen. About half the mass of a tree is carbon, so a full grown redwood weighing two tons would have pulled nearly three tons of CO2 out of the air. It should be noted though that these same trees will release CO2 when they die and decompose or burn. The net result is be far less when the cycle is complete.
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What will happen if the build up of carbon dioxide in the air is a lot faster than the rate of consumption of the plants?
There will be more and more carbon dioxide in the air. Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a powerful greenhouse gas. Plants (grass, trees and all vegetation) absorb CO2 out of the air and store it. If the CO2 build up is faster than the plants' consumption then there will be more CO2 in the atmosphere. The CO2 will hold more and more heat from the sun, and earth will get warmer and warmer.
How do plants maintain the balance of o2 and co2 in the atmosphere?
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How does ice absorb carbon dioxide?
It doesn't. It traps atmosphere in small bubbles when it freezes. Air contains roughly 0.03% CO2 so it only collects very small amounts. WATER, on the other hand, in our oceans does absorb CO2! The Ocean is the primary method we remove CO2 from the Atmosphere. That is why we see naturally higher CO2 levels when the temperature warms and why CO2 always follows temperature and never leads it. Melting ice allows more surface area and allows us to absorb more CO2. That is a negative feedback loop often ignored by doomsday people that believe in the theory of man induced global warming.
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How can rooftop gardens and patio gardens improve the quality of the air?