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Its main functions are photosynthesis and gas exchange. .... Two structures, one on each opposite side of the stem, typically leaves, branches, or flower parts.

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Feb 5, 2017 ... Most leaves have two main parts: (1) the blade and (2) the petiole, or leafstalk. The leaves of some kinds of plants also have a third part, called ...

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THE LEAF: FUNCTIONS. What is a leaf? A leaf is a vegetative part of the plant. It generally has a flat form and a thin surface. The leaf is one of the most important  ...

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Dec 17, 2011 ... SMART SCHOOL is next generation product in the ICT domain. With High Definition 3D videos coupled with eLearning softwares, the product ...

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... made up of complex parts! In this lesson, we'll talk about all the main parts of a leaf. ... Thirdly, the green, flat part of the leaf is called the blade. This is where ...

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There are always three parts of a leaf to look for. The most obvious would be the blade, which is the flat photosynthetic portion. Attached to the blade is a petiole, ...

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The Parts of a Leaf Most leaves have two main parts: (1) the blade and (2) the petiole, or leafstalk. The leaves of some kinds of plants also have a third part, ...

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These are the basic parts of a leaf: Petiole This is the stalk which may attach the ... one 'seed' leaf and the 'true' leaves differ in appearance in two main ways.

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blade click to hear. Main part of the leaf, rich in chlorophyll; it can vary markedly in shape, depending on the type of rib and size of indentation.

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a) Cuticle: Waxy layer water proofing upper leaves. b) Upper epidermis: Upper layer of cells. No chloroplasts. Protection. c) Palisade Mesophyll: Tightly packed ...