Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Rates in Plants Using Vernier Probes
Students use CO2 Gas Sensors to measure the amount of carbon dioxide consumed or produced by a plant during respiration and photosynthesis. They determine the rate of respiration and photosynthesis of a plant.
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