Carbon dioxide enters the leaf by Water from the soil
The stomata allows the carbon dioxide to enter.
The part of the plant that lets carbon dioxide enter the leaf is called the stomata.
the leaf has super little holes. The holes breathe in the carbon dioxide.
within the stomata
carbon dioxide enter the leaf from the air
For photosynthesis to occur carbon dioxide must enter a leaf. Plants must use carbon dioxide to complete their food cycle.
RUBP or PEP will absorb it. CO2 enter the leaf from air.
you just answererd the question! carbon dioxide enters the leaf! Actually that is vague! What a more detailed answer is through the Stomata!
xylem and ploem
through the stomata(stoma) on the bottom of the leaf
Stomata singular is stoma
cos it does
The leaf has a wide range of pores which allow Carbon Dioxide to enter and Oxygen to exit.
guard cells and stomata.
Stomata on the underside of the leaves.
The substance is water.