Question

Does green algae have a stomata?

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Answered 4 months ago
Answered 4 months ago

Stomata are small openings in the leaves and stems that control the exchange of gas and reduce water loss. These protect the plants from desiccation during dry seasons. The stomata close to prevent osmotic water loss. Since the green algae are submerged in water, they did not retain these structures in their evolution.

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