Do plants use carbon dioxide to produce oxygen?

Answer yes

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Do barrel cactus plants need carbon dioxide or oxygen?

A barrel cactus [Echinocactus and Ferocactus spp] needs both carbon dioxide and oxygen. It needs to take in carbon dioxide, for its photosynthetic interaction with sunlight. It needs oxygen, which ... Read More »

How many pounds of carbon dioxide does a gallon of gas produce?

According to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, a single gallon of gasoline produces 19.4 pounds of carbon dioxide. One gallon of diesel fuel produces 22.2 pounds of carbon dioxide.... Read More »

How to Measure Oxygen Saturation & Carbon Dioxide Concentrations?

Oxygen saturation and carbon dioxide saturations can both be measured by a pulse oximeter that is equipped with a carbon dioxide detector. The pulse oximeter and carbon dioxide detector is used for... Read More »

How a tree changes carbon dioxide into oxygen?

Oxygen is the waste product of the process photosynthesis. The tree uses carbon dioxide, water and sunlight (this is trapped by the green pigment in leaves called chlorophyll), to create glucose. O... Read More »