Plants do consume oxygen. Green plants release oxygen through photosynthesis but they still consume oxygen at the same time. The primary way plants use oxygen is through their root cells.
Plants do use oxygen. They use it during Cellular respiration. It uses oxygen to break down sugars into energy. "During the night, the plant actually uses oxygen it has left over from the daylight photosynthesis or takes the oxygen from the air surrounding the plant to meet its energy needs."
They don’t exactly use oxygen but they do make it. They make it after they finished using the process of photosynthesis. They do use the sun’s energy though.
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