What is the function of the midrib?

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As the central part of a leaf, the midrib functions as a storage area for the stomata and acts as a support to keep the leaf in an upright position. It consists of vascular bundles, food nutrients and water conduction and helps in the exposure of sunlight.
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hello I'm mark and please add me on friendster and myspace! a midrib is the central part of a leaf, and it can help 2 carry the leaf tightly. a midrib is commonly find at the back
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i'm not sure, but i think it is responsible in holding the leaf in what position it should be.like a support or something.ü.
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The function of the midrib in a moss leaf is the primary vein which
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The leaf contains a layer of thin chlorophyll loaded cells called palisade mesophyll near the upper surface of the leaf. The lower surface does not contain the chlorophyll in such
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