The stomata are pore-like structures in leaves through which
gases can pass. These small openings are found on the leaf skin
layer, or the epidermis.
Gases pass in & out of a leaf through the stomata.
all gases in the air near the leaf/plant/tree will pass through the stomata. the exchange of CO2 and O2 happens inside...
Stomata present on the underside of a leaf allows gasses to pass in and out.
Gases enter and leave a leaf through stomata on the underside of the leaf.
Water and gases pass in and out of the plant through small holes in the epidermis of the leaf.
gases are exchanged from leaf through the pores called stomata present on the upper epidermis of the leaf.
Lenticels allow gases to pass through them. Hope this helped. Gigi
Through stomatal pores in land plants and through leaf surface in aquatic plants.
stomata helps in exchangeof gases
gases like carbon dioxide and oxygen diffuse in and out through the stomatal openings.
Oxygen and other gases pass through the capillaries.
Sound can pass through solids, liquids and gases
The edible gold leaf will pass through your body.
the leaf takes in gases through stomata (little holes). Also the leaves carry out photosynthesis and absorb sunlight, i think through chlorophyll
Stomata are small openings in a leaf to allow carbon dioxide to get in during the day and oxygen to get in at night. Both gases also pass out through stomata. Water vapor also passes out of stomata.