Q. 54.4( 7 Votes )

How does most CO2, reach the photosynthesising cells of a green leaf?

Answer :

Most CO2 reach the photosynthesising cells of green leaves through diffusion. Stomata (tiny pores) present of leaf surface and stem facilitates gaseous exchange between the plant cells and the surrounding. CO2 move into the cells through these small pores.


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