Definition of Stomate. Meaning of Stomate. Synonyms of Stomate

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Definition of Stomate

Stomate
Stomate Sto"mate, n. (Bot.) A stoma.

Meaning of Stomate from wikipedia

- A stoma is a pore, found in the epidermis of leaves, stems, and other organs, that facilitates gas exchange. Stoma may also refer to: Stoma (medicine)...
- This is an electron micrograph of the epidermal cells of a Br****ica chinensis leaf. The stomates are also visible....
- stoma (pl.: stomata, from Gr**** στόμα, "mouth"), also called a stomate (pl.: stomates), is a pore found in the epidermis of leaves, stems, and other organs...
- vascular tissue throughout the plant. The plant does this by closing its stomates overnight, which halts the flow of transpiration. This then allows for...
- sticticusstictica – sticti**** stoma G στόμα (stóma) mouth, opening stomate, Gnathostomata striatus L striped African striped skink, Trachylepis striata;...
- branchlets are segmented at each whorl with deep furrows that conceal the stomates. Male flowers are arranged along branchlets in spikes with persistent bracteoles...
- The germ tubes would be formed and then invade into the plant tissue via stomates. After infection, there would be oil spots on the leaf surface. Active...
- ethylene, Abscisic acid and cytokinin. Atmospheric nitric oxide can enter the stomates of most vascular species, and can have effects ranging from leaf blemishing...
- to 2.2 in) and a width of 2 to 4 mm (0.079 to 0.157 in) and have many stomates. The phyllodes are sp****ly hairy and have six to ten parallel, longitudinal...
- the plant to survive under low water conditions. However, closing the stomates can also lead to low photosynthetic rates because of limited CO2 uptake...