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Plants have fewer pores with rising CO {-2}

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G. Karthikeyan
G. Karthikeyan

As carbon dioxide levels have risen during the last 150 years, the density of pores that allow plants to breathe has dwindled by 34 per cent, restricting the amount of water vapour the plants release to the atmosphere.

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