In the leaf of a plant, guard cells control the opening and closing of stomat

In the leaf of a plant, guard cells control the opening and closing of stomata. Which of the following do you predict would happen if the guard cells did not function properly and caused the stomata of a plant to remain closed? (4 points)
Chemiosmosis would not occur across the thylakoid membrane during photosynthesis.
Light would not able to enter the leaves to be absorbed by chloroplasts during photosynthesis.
The plant would not absorb a sufficient quantity of carbon dioxide to carry out photosynthesis.
The plant would not be able to absorb enough water to undergo photosynthesis.