What Does a Stomata Do?


Stomata are pores which are found on the lower layer of a leaf, mainly used for gas exchange in plants. They are formed during the initial stages of certain plants organs which depend on environmental situations of the areas where they are growing.
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A stomata acts as a trigger-driven valve that open and closes the pores in response to the existing or prevailing environmental conditions. It also helps to supply water and other minerals to the entire plant system.
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