Topic: Plant Transport Subtopic: Transpiration
What are stomata?
Answer: Stomata (singular: stoma) are tiny pores under the leaf surface from where water is removed from the plant. About 90 percent of transpiration is carried out by stomata.
- How can xylem be described?
- What is ovule?
- What happens in lungs?
- What is oxygenated blood?
- How are xylem and phloem arranged in stem?
- What are fats and functions?