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dewdrop1
dewdrop1 asks:
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when do plants breath more water, with light or without?

In Topics: Science fair
> 60 days ago

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dees1
dees1 writes:
Survival of the plant depends on balancing water uptake and water loss. These green plants are busy making simple carbohydrates from sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water this process is called photosynthesis. And since photosynthesis occurs in the process or making food with the use or light, plants therefore seep more water in light than without light. They also need water when exposed to light to avoid dehydration and from dying out.

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