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Before answering the question, I assume that the plant is somehow getting enough O2 to survive. There can be a number of variations in the answer depending upon the more particular situation you give. You can have a look here to see a list of factors affecting rate of photosynthesis in plants. I put graphs of factors important for this question: If we ...


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Biochemically, it appears it can, as some Algae can. The question is then whether there are any real plants who do it.


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Here is a good article on the topic. https://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003227.htm But it's most likely due to the fact that a sun burn is an actual burn on the skin that can cause inflammation, inflammation can in turn cause fever. Also having a really bad sunburn can open you up more to the possibilities of skin infections. If this happens ...



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