Increasing the number of stomata per unit surface area of a leaf when atmospheric CO2 levels decline is most analogous to a human
a. breathing faster as atmospheric CO2‚ levels increase.
b. putting more red blood corpuscles (RBCs) into circulation when atmospheric O 2‚ levels decline.
c. removing RBCs from circulation when atmospheric O2‚ levels increase.
d. breathing more slowly as atmospheric O2‚ levels increase.
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