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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 ...

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External Structure of the Leaf ... Leaf Blade: Wide flattened area of leaf for concentrating sunlight on photosynthetic cells. ... [Internal Features of the Leaf] ...

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The leaves are the primary photosynthetic organs of the plant body. A typical leaf cross section reveals various internal parts of the leaves.

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External part of a leaf includes Leaf Blade is a Wide flattened area of leaf for concentrating sunlight on photosynthetic cells.Petiole that Short stem that attaches leaf ...

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Aug 31, 2012 ... Internal structure of leaf , Xth Biology. ... Plant Leaf - Leaves - lesson - Education videos for kids from www.makemegenius.com - Duration: 2:06.
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Feb 10, 2013 ... I thought the Epidermis was referred to as Dermal Tissue, whereas Parenchyma is considered Ground tissue?. Read more. Show less. Reply

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Leaves have many structures that prevent water loss, transport compounds, aid in gas exchange, and ... Describe the internal structure and function of a leaf ...

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Dec 11, 2015 ... Leaf Structure and Function. Factories for Photosynthesis. A leaf is a highly organized factory – an organ constructed of several kinds of ...

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Feb 15, 2013 ... LEAF STRUCTURE & FUNCTION. ... Internal structure of a leaf margin guard cells Stoma [plural: stomata] palisade layer spongy layer xylem ...

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Inside the leaf. You should be able to name and locate these parts of a leaf: Cuticle; Upper and lower epidermis; Palisade and spongy mesophyll layers ...