What is the leaf cells function?


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2009-11-08 12:33:37
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its function is to absorb sunlight for photosynthesis

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The leaf cells are dorsi-ventrally oriented to capture maximum sunlight for photosynthesis. The tuber cells are clubed togather having very little freesurface area hence not suitable to perform the function of a leaf cell.

Each stoma is surrounded by two guard cells that open and close it.

That's where the leaf uses sunlight to convert air (CO2) and water into sugar (and O2).

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the cells leaf do that they make the photosynthesis from the sun

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The lysosome is the organelle most likely to be missing from the cells of a leaf. The leaf cells have membranes, a wall, and chloroplast.

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