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Explain Typical Structure of Stomata. - Biology

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Explain typical structure of stomata.
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The typical structure of stomata:
Stomata are minute pores of elliptical shape surrounded by two specialized epidermal cells called guard cells.These guard cells are kidney shaped which control the opening and closing of stomata.It also consists of nucleus, stoma, epidermis and chloroplast.

Concept: Kinds of Transpiration - Mechanism of Stomatal Transpiration
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Frank ICSE Class 10 Biology
Chapter 5 Transpiration
Exercise | Q 5 | Page 61
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