Why is the plant producing bubbles?
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In photosynthesis of submerse water plants Oxygen emission occurs in form of bubbles which are released from the stomata or small openings caused by injuries. Usually the oxygen discharge is in form of regular bubble series.
Tiny bubbles rising from an underwater plant’s leaves are oxygen. In a process called photosynthesis, plants use light energy to make food and oxygen from carbon dioxide and water. Though plants do use a small amount of this oxygen, most is released as waste.