What is the transparent layer of cells on the bottom of the leaf that acts like a skin named?


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2013-07-15 01:48:28
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Lower epidermal cells.

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Ozone layer contains ozone in it. Therefore, it is named so.

The top layer is named the Sunlight zone. The middle layer is the Twilight zone. very bottom where there is no light is called the Midnight zone. I hope this answers your question.

The epidermis is a supuficial thin layer and is divided into three layers, The Malphigian layer, The Granular Layer and The Cornified Layer.4-5 layers of stratified squamous epithelial cells with lipid layer to preserve moisture. Thin skin is made of 4 layers the stratum germanitivum, the stratum spinosum, the stratum granulosum, and the stratum corneum, thick skin has all these layers and an additional layer named the stratum lucidum.The epidermis is composed of the outermost layers of cells in the skinEpidermis is the outer layer of cells covering an organism, in particular.Your epidermis is the outer layer of your skin.Anything that is not your skin. Epidermis-- The uppermost layer of skin cells.The epidermis is the outer covering of a living thing or organism. On a human or animal, this basically means your skin. The epidermis layer covers the dermis layer of tissue.

In mammalian skin, the innermost layer of the epidermis. The Malpighian layer is separated from the dermis by a fibrous basement membrane. The Malpighian layer is the site of active cell division. Some of the new cells thus formed leave the layer, become keratinized, and replace the outer cells of the epidermis which are continually worn away. The Malpighian layer also contains most of the melanin responsible for dark skin. It is named after the Italian anatomist Marcello Malpighi.

the guy who found cells (Robert Hooke) thought they looked like prison cells so he named then after that

Cells were named in the year 1665 by the scientist, Robert Hooke.

Robert Hooke He named the cells because when he saw them under a microscope they reminded him of the rooms in the monastery that were called "cells".

Robert Hooke dicovered and named cells. He named them cells because they reminded him of the small rooms monks live in.

Cells came to be named when Robert Hooke was observing sometihng in the microscope and he saw the cells. It is said that the way the cells were formed reminded him of the cells that monks lived in, and that is how the name of cells came to be.

Rober Hook named cells as cells.He first observed them.

No. A sheet tab identifies a worksheet. The name box identifies cells or named ranges.

Andrei Houzeau found the ozone present in natural air. He only named it.

Sperm cells and egg cells named together are called gametes.

Both the cerebrum and cerebellum have gray matter on the outer portion of the organ and white matter on the inside. The terms gray and white are named for their gross appearance. Gray matter contains neuronal cell bodies, while white matter contains myelinated axons. The major difference histologically seems to be the level of organization. The cerebrum will lack a definitive pattern of arrangement and just appear as a solid tissue of neurons and support cells. In contrast, the cerebellum has different neuronal cell layers in its gray matter, or cortex. The outermost layer (molecular layer) is the thickest and contains few nuclei. The middle layer is comprised of very large cells (Purkinje cells) arranged in a single layer. The innermost layer (Granule cell layer) has many small cells, with lots of visible nuclei.

The only layer I could think of would be the Thermosphere. The reason why this part of the atmosphere is so hot is that it is the top layer of the atmosphere.

to state their function and appearence

There is not actually a layer but a layer within a layer. The ozone layer is a shield of ozone molecules present inside the stratospheric region of the atmosphere. It protects us from the harmful ultraviolet radiations of the sun.

Anton van leeuwenhoek named cells after studying blood and bacteria with his microscope

I think there is a layer called the Gutenberg Discontinuity named after a german seismologist named Beno Gutenberg between lower mantle and outer core.

He is important because he discovered cells......... and named it cells :)

Robert Hooke named them cells because the cork cells he observed reminded him of the monks chambers or cells.

The term is myometrium.smooth muscle layer named as myometriumThe muscle in the uterus is the myometrium.The myometrium is the muscular layer of the uterus.

In the Mesosphere, it was named after Meteors, that is what the Me- stands for.

The moho. The moho is a layer of the Earth that Andrija Mohorovicic discovered which also led him to discover the Earth's mantle layer.

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