Biology
mrstaylor12
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imagine you were a plant. would you be able to survive without the other plant structures? why or why not?

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LeoWalker

Yes, a plant would as long as a living creature is in the area to exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide. It is not totally necessary for other plants to be in the immediate vicinity but is necessary for all living things to live. As mentioned before carbon dioxide and oxygen must be exchanged. (The more the merrier(do not add this)).

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