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If plants are experimentally grown in an environment with extra carbon dioxide, how do you expect this will affect photosynthesis?

- I think will accelerate photosynthesis and growth of plant, then again plants do not uptake CO2 at night so there would be an accumalation and this would seem pointless.

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It will indeed accelerate/increase photosynthesis and growth. Yes there is no uptake of CO2 at night but ...

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The use of photosynthesis is emphasized. The expert examines if you accelerate photosynthesis and growth of plant.

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