microscopic openings on the surface of leaves that allow gas to
pass in and out
Stomata are small openings on a leaf through which oxygen and carbon dioxide can move through.
The stomata is used for gas exchange. Carbon dioxide enters into the stomata. Oxygen exits through the stomata.
The stomata are pores in leaves. They are responsibe for gas exchange. Carbon dioxide enters through the stomata. Oxygen enters through the stomata.
stomata opens becoz exchange of gases and transpiration occurs through stomata
All plants have stomata.
the analogy of stomata is stomach
the stomata are the pores
gases diffuse in and out the stomata
Yes. Stomata is plural for stoma. (Stomata is french for little mouth.)
Yes they do! All leaves have stomata, but the lotus's stomata are on the top of the leaf, not the bottom.
the stomata are on the leaves and stem(s). guard cells are on the stomata openings
Xerophyte plants have sunken stomata
No , stomata are not present in mushroom as they are fungi . Stomata are present in plants for gaseous exchange .
if stomata would bepresent in underwater plants water will enter through the stomata fill the plant. Hence their is no Stomata in underwater plants.