Respiration in Plants
Plants do breathe in the same way as other organisms. They get energy to do many activities in their body, for example, energy is required to make starch out of glucose.
Micro holes (stomata) present in leaves take oxygen inside and give carbon dioxide outside. This oxygen is used for respiration in the day.
The oxygen is given out the process of photosynthesis.
Breathing is a chemical process which uses cells, leaves, stem, roots, etc in every plant. These micro holes take oxygen inside one cell to another and take it to all the sides.