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What does oxygen in plants mean?
Question Date: 2016-09-20
Answer 1:

Oxygen in plants mean that plants need oxygen because just like any other living organism, they undergo cellular respiration to break their "food" down. Plants need oxygen in order to burn sugar to get energy, just like an animal.

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