Stomata are minute aperture structures on plants found typically on the ... Their main function is to allow gases such as carbon dioxide, water ...
stomata are minute openings occuring in large numbers on the lower surfaceof a leaf
The word stomata means mouth in Greek because they allow communication between the internal and external environments of the plant. Their main function is to allow gases such as carbon dioxide, water vapor and oxygen to move rapidly into and out of the leaf.

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2014-07-06T14:37:18+05:30
Stomata is tiny pores present on the surface of the leaves .
 Function;
1. exchange of gases take place.
2.helps in transpiration.

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2014-07-06T14:42:02+05:30
The epidermis of the young shoot and leaves contains numerous minute pores called stomata.
functions of stomata .
1)Stomata are essential for exchange of gases between the plant and the atmosphere
-oxygen and carbon dioxide.
2)normally,plants eliminate excessive water in the form of vapour through stomatal openings.The process is called transpiration.
3)When there is shortage of water,stomatal openings get closed.Thus,reduce water lose.Stomatal openings also close down during night.Thus,stomata regulate water lose from plantsi.e;they regulate transpiration.
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