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As with plant adaptations against
herbivores, other biological processes can involve multiple levels
of biological organization (Figure 1.3). Discuss examples of
specialized photosynthetic adaptations involving modifications
at the molecular (Concept 10.4), tissue (Concept 36.4), and
organismal (Concept 36.1) levels.

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