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Do indoor plants create oxygen as a by-product the same way in which outdoor plants do (through photosynthesis)?

Is there any advantage to having plants in your house, other than for decor?

Does the oxygen provide any added benefit?

Does is provide cleaner air to breath?

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Yes, whether a plant is indoor or outdoor does not change the basic biochemistry of photosynthesis. The basic outline of photosynthesis is the conversion of light energy and carbon dioxide into sugars. As a result of this process, oxygen is a byproduct and is released ...

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