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How does the carbon dioxide necessary for photosynthesis enter plants? a. through their roots b. through openings in the leaves called stomata c. the plants produce their own complete supply d. none of the above
Carbon dioxide enters the plant through openings in the leaves called stomata.
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Carbon dioxide enters the plant through openings in the leaves called stomata.
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