Subject: How do plants in closed terrariums manage to get CO2 for photosynthesis?
Date: Fri Jul 23 12:09:55 1999
Posted by Mary Reifsnyder
Grade level: 7-9
City: Dayton State/Province: Ohio
Country: United States
Area of science: Botany
Two other questions follow:
Since carbon dioxide is fairly scarce, making up only about
0.035 percent of the atmosphere, how do plant leaves get enough
carbon dioxide to carry out photosynthesis?
How do plants without green leaves make food?
Re: How do plants in closed terrariums manage to get CO2 for photosynthesis?
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