stomata which are tiny spots on the underside of the leaf
Pores on the leaves called Stomata. These can open and close.
the stomata present in leaves help in exchange of carbon dioxide and oxygen. the stomata are surrounded by guard cells which regulate the opening of stomata.
Stomatal pores, cuticle and waxy depositions on the surface of leaves.
Plants take in carbon dioxide and give off oxygen Animals take in oxygen and give off carbon dioxide
Plants mainly remove carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere. They convert this (CO2) through photosynthesis into sugars. Some of these sugars are used to grow more of the plant, others are used as food. When a plant uses the sugars as food, carbon dioxide is emitted as a waste product (just like our breathing). This carbon dioxide is emitted day and night, but because they also take in CO2 during the day, most of this is a nocturnal emission (at night).
During the process of photosynthesis release oxygen and animals (we) inhale oxygen and release carbondioxide. This is how plants and animals depend on each other by symbiosys. Hope that helps...
Carbon exists as carbon dioxide in the atmosphere which is absorbed by plants during photosynthesis. All food chains start with plants so herbivores get carbon by eating plants and carnivores get carbon by eating herbivores.
Carbon dioxide is combined with the hydrogen from NADPH to produce glucose
Plants don't make carbon dioxide.
All plants with chlorophyll use carbon dioxide through photosynthesis.
Plants take in carbon dioxide and, through photosynthesis, produce oxygen.
No, plants use carbon dioxide to go through the process of photosynthesis to make oxygen.
Most plants have special structures on their leaves called stomates. Carbon dioxide is drawn into the leaf tissue through these pore-like structures.
When plants go through cellular respiration, they use carbon dioxide and emit oxygen as a waste product. There is no evidence that plants also produce carbon dioxide.
The carbon in plants come from the carbon found in carbon dioxide (CO2). As plants undergo photosynthesis they draw in water through their roots and carbon dioxide from the air through specialized structures called stomates. So the inorganic carbon in carbon dioxide becomes organic carbon making up the oils, carbohydrates and proteins found in plants.
Through their stomata
Through the air
Through holes in their leaves...