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Where does gas exchange occur in a plant? A. in the leaf B. within flowers C. in the roots D. inside the seed

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  1. anonymous
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    C or B @Shirley27

  2. Shirley27
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    Actually gas exchange in plants occurs in the leaves through pores called stomata. Its because the leave requires carbon dioxide and oxygen exchange for photosynthesis and cellular respiration so A.

  3. Shirley27
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    Flowers are fore reproduction, roots are for collection of water and nutrients and seed is for the dispersion of offspring.

  4. anonymous
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    o my mom said it was that one but i didnt beleve her

  5. anonymous
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    thanks

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