Stomata

an opening or pore in leaves that is surrounded by guard cells.
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stomata

Openings in the epidermis of a stem or leaf of a plant which permit gas exchange with the air. In general, all plants except liverworts have stomata in their sporophyte stage.
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stomata

(Green plants as organisms) tiny holes in the epidermis (skin) of a leaf - usually on the undersides of leaves. They control water loss and gas exchange by openng and closing. Singular is stoma
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stomata

Alternate plural of stoma. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Stomata

• (pl. ) of Stoma
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STOMATA

Plural form of Stoma.
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stomata

Type: Term Pronunciation: stō′mă-tă Definitions: 1. Alternate plural of stoma.
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Stomata

Tiny openings on the undersides of grape leaves through which pass air and water into, and out of, the leaf.
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Stomata

Plural for Stoma. A tiny pore in the outer layer epidermis of a plant leaf or stem that controls the passing of water vapor and other gases into and out of the plant.
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Stomata

Name (sing. stoma = mouth, mouth or opening) of the pores or stomata on Leaf of plants and fungi. Over such the gas exchange takes place with the surrounding air, in particular the supply of carbon dioxide in Photosynthesis . When taking place through the pores Evaporation (Evaporation) creates a Transpirationssog, after through the water with the
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Stomata

Tiny openings on the undersides of grape leaves through which pass gases (sorry) and water. The important gas that passes through stomata is carbon dioxide, which is on its way in -- to get captured by the chlorophyll and be turned into sugar.
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Stomata

Tiny openings on the undersides of grape leaves that control transpiration.
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Stomata

Breathing pore in the epidermis (outer layer) of a plant.
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Stomata

Pores on the underside of leaves that can be opened or closed to control gas exchange and water loss
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Stomata

openings in a leaf through which gases and water enter or leave.
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stomata

Tiny pores in the epidermal cells of leaves and stems; most numerous on the undersides of leaves. (Singular: stoma or stomate. Plural: stomata or stomates)
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stomata

The breathing pores on the surface of a plant
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stomata

The breathing pores on the surface of a plant's leaves
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