amphistomatal

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amphistomatal

(ˌæmfɪˈstəʊmətəl) or

amphistomatic

adj
(Botany) (of a leaf) having stomata on both surfaces
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7g-h), but they can also occur on both sides: in Minasia they are distributed evenly (amphistomatic leaf) (Fig.
From the cross-section of leaf was found to be bifacial, amphistomatic and mesomorphic.
insularis presents stomata on both sides (amphistomatic leaves), in the analysis of scanning electron microscopy was observed that the number of stomata was greater on the abaxial leaf surface (Table 2, Figure 3), corroborating the study of Machado et al., (2006).
The majority of the taxa are amphistomatic except Senecio chrysanthmoides and two species of Cremanthodium where they are present on abaxial surface only.
Cotyledons (Figure 4A and C) of the three species consist of uniseriate, glabrous and amphistomatic epidermis, and dorsiventral leaf with a layer of palisade parenchyma and bi- or multiseriate spongy parenchyma.
O'Lerary, "The adaptive significance of amphistomatic leaves," Plant Cell Environment, vol.
His study reports that the species of Portulaca from Nigeria are amphistomatic but in India P.