If a plant's stomata were always closed, how would this affect the plant's ability to make glucose?
a.) Plants would be able to make more sugar than normal.
b.) Plants would make less sugar than normal.
c.) There would be no effect on the ability of the plant to make glucose.
Stomatal pores are openings on the leaf surface that serve as a passageway for gasses, such as oxygen, carbon dioxide, and water vapor, to enter and exit the leaf tissue. Stomatal pores are surrounded by a pair of guard cells that open and close the stomata which in turn, regulates the movement of gasses.
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The correct answer is option B.
The stomata serve as an opening in which carbon dioxide can enter leaf tissue. Carbon dioxide is essential for the...
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fromChapter 36 / Lesson 8
Learn about guard cells in plants and their function. Understand how guard cells open and close stomata. Know the structure of guard cells.