How Do Guard Cells Regulate the Opening and Closing of Stomata?

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Guard cells are found in the leaves of plants. Guard cells regulate the opening and closing of stomata through swelling and shrinking. Pressure occurs within the guard cells causing the stomatal pores to open.
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