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Carbon monoxide in the troposphere can be removed in three ways.
1. By reaction in the gas phase, for example with hydroxyl radicals
produced by the photolysis of molecules.
CO + --> CO2 +
2. By bacteria and fungi in the soil.
2CO + O2 -->
4CO + 2H2O --> + 3CO2
3. By plants.
CO + + plant leaves --> amino acids NH2CH(R)
CO + plant leaves (at night) -->