stomata


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sto·ma·ta

(stō'mă-tă),
Alternate plural of stoma.

stomata

(stō′mə-tə)
n.
A plural of stoma.

stomas, stomata

See stoma.

sto·ma·ta

(stō'mă-tă)
Alternate plural of stoma.
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In the front view, the stomata in the contact region between the ostiole gave a circular aspect in both environments tested with alternative media without the addition of potassium silicate (Figure 2C, D).
Stomata are dense and large in the upper and lower epiderma.
The guard cells of stomata showed up in the form of dumbbells with interstomatal cells, and the last ones presented slightly concave edges, with stomata located in rows along the veins, as typical for the structure in species of Poaceae.
The pin point objectives of the current study were to (1) observe quantitative and qualitative features of leaf epidermal cells (2) compare the variation of different stomatal types and trichomes in the selected species (3) elaborate the taxonomic value of foliar epidermal anatomical characters based on trichome morphology, stomata and epidermal cells diversity.
In micromorphological studies, there was a reduction in stomatal frequency, epidermal cell frequency, and stomatal index, while length and breadth of stomata and epidermal cells were found to be increased in both the species.
When the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere increases, the trees partly close the stomata on the leaf surface in order to keep the carbon dioxide concentration inside the leaves largely constant.
There was variation in epicuticular waxes, types of trichomes, and position of stomata with respect to leaf surface among the 27 sampled Quercus species (Tables 2 and 3).
The size of leaf tissues amounts and polar and equatorial diameters of stomata were influenced by different treatments
In this activity, the air pressure inside the bottle changed when you sucked out some air, drawing air into the leaf's stomata.
Marlene found that the oldest specimen had significantly more stomata than the most recent.