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sto·mat·ic

 (stō-măt′ĭk)
adj.
1. Of or relating to the mouth.
2. Of, having, or resembling a stoma.

stomatic

(stəʊˈmætɪk)
adj
(Zoology) of or relating to a mouth or mouthlike part
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For a correct diagnosis, it is important to establish a temporal relationship between drug administration and symptom onset, to demonstrate stomatic improvement with drug withdrawal or aggravation on reexposure, and to rule out other etiologies with similar histologic features.
Seasonal vegetative growth of the coffee plant and its relationship with the photoperiod, fructification, stomatic resistance and photosynthesis.
It has also been used in reptile insect, depurative, sedative, stomatic, hepatoprotective, leucoderma, blood purifier, diarrhoea, alkality, rectal prolapse, coronary heart diseases,6 anticholesterol, antiviral, lymphatic glandular system disease, chronic catarrh, carbubuncles, antidiabetic, dysmenorrhoea impetigo, aphrodisiac, urinary infection, calculus7,8 as well as vomiting,9 antioxidant,10 spasmolytic and spasmogenic.
and individuals from less contaminated areas (rural zone: Jarinu) and found that epidermis in leaves from urban zones showed statistically meaningful differences in stomatic density (higher density) than that in leaves from rural areas.
Nevertheless, there were differences in the position of stomata with respect to leaf surface, and in the types of waxes that cover the stomatic structure.
You want the better part of 400 million years, use the stomatic index.
limonensis seems to be well buffered against this condition due to its deep root system and the ability to maintain low stomatic conductance during the dry season (Wright et al.
LEAF DESCRIPTION: NEEDLE-LIKE, thin and flat, 1/4" to 1/3" long, fine tip, 1 to 2 stomatic lines on lower surface; 4-angled and arranged in rows.