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Is there less C02 in more warm and bright conditions?
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In bright conditions ,more CO2 will be used up in the light-independent reaction, meaning that the concentration of CO2 in the plant would be lower. However, this also creates a concentration gradient, so more CO2 will be absorbed into the plant to replace the CO2 used up.

It wasn't clear whether you meant less CO2 in the plant, or otherwise, so I hope that this helped.
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(Original post by HRobson_BMC)
In bright conditions ,more CO2 will be used up in the light-independent reaction, meaning that the concentration of CO2 in the plant would be lower. However, this also creates a concentration gradient, so more CO2 will be absorbed into the plant to replace the CO2 used up.

It wasn't clear whether you meant less CO2 in the plant, or otherwise, so I hope that this helped.
Oh sorry I meant in general is there less C02 in the air
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Oh sorry I meant in general is there less C02 in the air
Edit : heightened temperature do not decrease carbon dioxide levels in air . But if temperature is raised in the photosynthesis experiment, rate will increase till a particular point where one of the limiting factors would be carbon dioxide.
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Thanks!
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Thanks!
Im sorry could you pls check my edited post? Thanks!
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