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See definition of stoma on Dictionary.com
  • as inareola
  • as inpore

synonyms for stoma

  • halo
  • foramen
  • opening
  • orifice
  • outlet
  • vesicle
  • sweat gland
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How to use stoma in a sentence

To conserve water, the plant will often close its pores, known as the stomata, to prevent evaporation.
COULD CLIMATE CHANGE MAKE FOOD LESS NUTRITIOUS?GRETA MORANNOVEMBER 19, 2021EATER
One feature they looked at was the stomata, tiny openings in plant leaves that control how much carbon dioxide, water vapor, and oxygen enter and exit.
FOSSILIZED PLANTS GIVE US HINTS ABOUT WHAT ICE AGE FORESTS MAY HAVE LOOKED LIKEKATE BAGGALEYOCTOBER 13, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
Poson oun estin, ho alloioi, kai d theasmetha; pleon men kata to stoma, meion d' kata to Pg 252Greek text hpar te kai tas phlebas.
ON THE NATURAL FACULTIESGALEN
By change in shape of these cells the opening of the stoma is made larger or smaller.
A CIVIC BIOLOGYGEORGE WILLIAM HUNTER
Stomate (Latin Stoma, plural Stomata), the breathing-pores of leaves, 144.
THE ELEMENTS OF BOTANYASA GRAY
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WORDS RELATED TO STOMA

  • halo
  • stoma
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