Leaf & Chloroplast Anatomy Video Lessons

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Concept: Leaf & Chloroplast Anatomy

Problem: Tiny openings in the epidermis of the leaf that allow air to enter into the leaf are called: a. thylakoids.b. stroma.c. stomata.d. grana.e. thylakoid spaces.

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Tiny openings in the epidermis of the leaf that allow air to enter into the leaf are called: 

a. thylakoids.

b. stroma.

c. stomata.

d. grana.

e. thylakoid spaces.

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