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What are the functions of stomata in plants?


  1. Absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere

  2. Giving out oxygen into the atmosphere 

  3. Transpiration of excess water

  4. All of these


Solution

The correct options are
A

Absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere


B

Giving out oxygen into the atmosphere 


C

Transpiration of excess water


Stomata have the capability of taking in carbon dioxide and giving out oxygen. Stomata also release water vapors and thus cause transpiration. They create a suction pull by transpiration that helps in transport of water upwards through the xylem.

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