usually it is catapillars feeding off of the leaf
The small openings on the underside of leaves are called stomata.
stomata is the small openings in the surface of the leaf
lenticels or may be spores....
They are called stomata, openings or pores in the epidermis of leaves.
They are from animals(like flies and caterpillars) who eat leaves as a food.
Plants breathe through small openings in their leaves called stromates, which open and close with water availability.
Leaves have small openings called stomata on the underside of the blade. Stomata function in gas exchange.
The openings on the underside of leaves which allow CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) to enter the plant are known as (singular ). They also allow O2 (oxygen) to exit the plant.
Carbon Dioxide enters the plant through small openings on the undersides of the leaves called stomata.
Stomata (plural) Stoma (singular)
They are called stomata. They are gas exchange sites
Stomata are the openings in leaves that (among other functions) regulate gas exchange.
Yes, plants have holes on their leaves called stomata.stomata are the small openings which opens and closes to take in carbon dioxide and to remove water vapour and oxygen.
Stoma (or plural form stomata for a number of stoma)
The openings where gases enter and leave plant leaves are called stomata's. These are crucial for the survival of plants.