6. What are stomata? Give two functions of stomata.

Answers (2)

There are small openings or pores on the lower surface of the leaves called stomata these opening are surrounded with guard cells.

The two functions of stomata are:

(i) Transpiration is possible through stomata, i.e., excess water loss from the plant.

(ii) Absorption of water from the roots, when there is loss of water from the stomata creates an upward pull.

(iii) Exchange of gases.

 

The tiny process opening present under the the leaves of plants is called stamata . The two function of stomata  are.

1. It help in breathing of the plants.

2. It helps in exchange of gases which takes place inside the plant cells.

 

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