Demonstration of Stomata on a Leaf Peel
1)Where are Stomata found?
  

2)In what part of the plant is transpiration happening?
  

3)What are Stomata responsible for?
  

4)On which surface of a dicot leaf are more stomata present?
  

5)On which surface of the monocot leaf are more stomata present?
  

6)When should the leaf be plucked in order to prepare a temporary slide of a leaf peel?
  

7)What part of the leaf is used to prepare the leaf peel mount?
  

8)Given below are the steps in the preparation of a temporary mount of a stained leaf peel. (I) Cover the material with the cover slip. (II) Transfer the stained peel to the clean glass slide and add a drop of glycerine. (III) Carefully pull out the thin membranous transparent layer from lower epidermis. (IV) Drop it in the water in a Petridish and add a drop of Safranin stain. Which of the following is the correct sequence of steps?
  

9)Which of the following was not a good source of leaf peel?
  

10)A well-stained temporary mount of leaf peel, when focused under high power of a microscope, should show which of the following?
  


  


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