How does aquatic plants receive CO2 for photosynthesis
Asked by pdcavita | 2nd Dec, 2017, 08:50: AM
Aquatic plants are adapted to the limitation of carbon dioxide. It is the dissolved form of carbon dioxide on which the aquatic plants depend on for performing photosynthesis unlike terrestrial plants who get carbondioxide through stomata.
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 2nd Dec, 2017, 11:15: AM
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