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Where are the stomata present on a tomato plant?

Last Updated: 22nd May, 2021

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Just inside the cuticle lies the epidermis. Note that the epidermis surrounds the leaf and is therefore visible on the abaxial (lower) and adaxial (upper) sides of the leaf in cross section. The epidermis contains stomata. Note the stoma on the abaxial side of the leaf in the cross section on the right.

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Then, do tomato plants have stomata?

Leaf Stomata and Tomato Plants. Plants are like humans in as much that they have pores. In plants the pores are called stomata and are mainly on the underside of leaves. As water is lost out of the leaves, water is drawn in through the roots.

Similarly, how do I identify a tomato plant? You can even grow tomato plants in a pot on your balcony if you don't have a big garden. However, if you have never grown tomatoes, there are ways to identify a tomato plant by its leaves. Identify a tomato plant by its color. The leaves are medium green to a deep green in color.

Also asked, where are stomata present?

Most stomata are usually found beneath the leaves (on the underside). This is to protect the plant from water loss. There they are well hidden from the sun in the shade of the leaf itself so the sun cannot evaporate the water that keeps the structure of the stomata proper.

Are stomata on the top or bottom?

The air spaces are all interconnected and lead to the outside of the leaf through stomata. The lower epidermis is located on the underside of leaves. Stomata are usually present on the lower epidermis. On the other hand, monocot plants such as corn can have their stomata on both the top and bottom sides of leaves.

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