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Distinguish Between the Following : Stomata and Lenticels - Biology

Distinguish Between

Distinguish between the following :
Stomata and lenticels

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Solution

Stomata lenticels
1. Stomata are the minute opening mainly present on leaves. 1. Lenticels are found in the bark of woody stems.
2. Stomata can be open and closed. 2. These are always opened.
3. These are located on the lower surface of dicot leaves and both upper and lower surfaces of monocot leaves. 3. These are located on the stems of woody plants.
4. They lose water vapour and the process is termed stomatal transpiration. 4. They lose water vapour and the process is called lenticular transpiration.
Concept: Significance of Transpiration
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Frank ICSE Class 10 Biology
Chapter 5 Transpiration
Exercise | Q 14.4 | Page 61
ICSE Class 10 Biology
Chapter 4 Transpiration
Differentiate | Q 3
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