Why Do Plants Need To Produce Carbon Dioxide?


Answer:
The same way we breath in oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide, plants during the night, will do matching, but the process is reversed during the day, it takes in carbon dioxide and releases oxygen.  Interesting how plants can switch over that style.  It depends on what the plant needs during it's rest period, at night, and when it is surrounded by photosyntasism during the day, using sunlight to draw nourishment. I guess it's sort of like the means of access we eat food, take the nutrients we need, and expell the rest.

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