The Effects Of Co2 On Plants Worksheet answers to your common questions about how it affects plants and other living things. For example, how does it affect the growth of leafy green plants? What does it do to flowers?
Co2 is a form of air that has no physical substance. It is used in plants to create oxygen so that they can grow.
There are two parts to the process of how does co2 affects plants. The first part is the source of the air. This means what the source is like – for example: charcoal briquettes or petrol.
The second part of how does co2 affects plants is what the air is actually like. Are generally contains carbon dioxide and nitrogen. However, if there is not enough atmospheric oxygen the rest of the process does not work.
This means that when co2 is added to the air becomes less likely to have nitrogen or carbon dioxide molecules in it. It therefore makes the plant roots more likely to grow.
By the way, co2 is not used by plants to reduce photosynthesis. It is used to help provide nutrients for the plants to grow. It can therefore be used to help plants to grow more quickly and to be more fertile.
As well as the atmosphere, co2 is also used to help plants grow better. It is used in the soil to make the plant root system stronger. It can also be used in the roots to help them absorb more water.
Co2 is used by the plants in the soil to make the soil is more fertile. This is not used by the plants to reduce their nutrient requirements though.