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Which plants produces the most oxygen?

Likely the largest tropical plants since the amount of oxygen production would be expected to be proportional to the amount of chlorophyll in green leaves, and at higher rates in the warm temperatures of the tropics. So probably the large tree species of tropical rainforests.

For example:

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Harvard University

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