How do plants use or filter CO2 out of the air?



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    CO2 from pants sucks up the leaf through the stomata and it stays in the leaf. When light hits, the CO2 follows through many types of enzymes called the calvin cycle and makes biomolecule glucose. The other gases are difuse from the leaf using stomata and not reactions. CO2 stays in the leaf because it is used more compared to the other reactions that are not. CO2 is efficiently concentrating from the atmosphere using a simple chemical process, before being buried underground. The CO2 helps reduce the greenhouse-gas in the atmosphere aka global warming. Carbon catches CCS (which is being used as a way to reduce CO2 from emission. CO2 can mount up to factories, power plants, cars, planes and homes. 

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