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How does carbon dioxide enter the leaf?


Plants need carbon dioxide, and the way they absorb it from the environment is with the help of their leaves.

On the underside of a leaf, there are countless tiny holes called the stomata. The carbon dioxide that a plant need enters into the leaf through diffusion into the stomata.

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