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Which of the following is the role of bulliform cells in the leaf?


A

Curling of leaves

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B
Opening up of the leaf blade
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C

Providing strength to leaves

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D

Drooping of leaves.

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Solution

The correct option is B Opening up of the leaf blade
The bulliform cells is found in the upper epidermis of the monocot leaf. These cells can absorb a huge amount of water, which in turn opens the leaf blade.

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