What are the openings found on older stems?
Asked by hanish75641 | 15th Sep, 2021, 09:28: PM
Respiration in older stems occurs through small pores called lenticels. They are the dead cells present on the bark of woody plants.
Answered by | 16th Sep, 2021, 12:37: PM
- hi it is not opening
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