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Which gas is removed from the atmosphere during photosynthesis?

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Photosynthesis is the process by which plants and other autotrophs use sunlight to produce food from carbon dioxide and water. In other words, during photosynthesis, carbon dioxide is taken in by plants and through a series of reactions of this gas with water, and sunlight as a catalyst, plants are able to make their own food and in turn release oxygen into the atmosphere as a by-product. With the above explanation, carbon dioxide is the gas removed from the atmosphere by plants during photosynthesis.

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