Plant growth
Can plants live without Carbon Dioxide?

Green plants use carbon-dioxide, water and light to build starch that is the plant's food. This process is called photosynthesis. It is well known that plants can not live without water and light. But, what about carbon dioxide? Can plants live in a clean air with just oxygen and nitrogen? If humans find another planet with water, soil and oxygen and no carbon dioxide, can you grow some plants and vegetations there? 
 Project description
In this project we will investigate the effect of carbon dioxide on plant growth, photosynthesis and starch production. You can perform your experiments on young plants or plant your own seeds. Depending on the procedures that you select, it will take 7 to 35 days to complete the experiments of this project. Tests must be done with enough sun light and proper temperature for plant growth.
 Details of this project
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