OpenStudy (ngocho):

How does carbon dioxide enter the plants?

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OpenStudy (brittanyrolfe):

CO2 enters into the plant by the stomata. The stomata are little holes on the surface of the plant. Stomata are usually found on the bottom of the leaf. They are able to diffuse through the cells because the stomata are gaps in the cells which allow the molecule to enter. This picture can help you visualize this. http://www.bbc.co.uk/staticarchive/05df8f13925aad2f568d9974417dadb69de1e144.gif