How do plants use carbon dioxide for growth?



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    Carbon dioxide is used to create sugars for growth.  CO2 is combined with H20 and light energy to produce sugar that a plant uses to grow and oxygen as a byproduct.  Light energy is stored as ATP.  This ATP is then used to create a sugar along with CO2.  This sugar is used to fuel other plant processes by plants such as growth  

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