What are the functions of stomata ?
Question.
What are the functions of stomata ?

Solution:
Functions of stomata.

(i) Gaseous Exchange. Stomata are sites where exchanges of gases (carbon dioxide and oxygen) occurs between the plant interior and external environment.

(ii) Transpiration. Major part of transpiration occurs through stomata. Transpiration removes excess water and keeps plant surfaces cool even in bright sun.
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