Increase in CO2 concentration around leaf results in
(a) rapid opening of stomata.
(b) partial closure of stomata.
(c) complete closure of stomata.
(d) no effect on stomatal opening.

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Please refer the solution below for the said query


The correct option is (b).

The CO2 acts as anti-transpirant. The increase in the concentration of CO2 outside the leaves decreases the stomatal aperture and hence induces partial closure of the stomata. This in turn reduces transpiration.


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