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Counting of Stomata from Different Types of Leaves


Kirti Suthar | Pooja Yadav | Komal Sutariya | Sheeba Menon

https://doi.org/10.31142/ijtsrd4717



Kirti Suthar | Pooja Yadav | Komal Sutariya | Sheeba Menon "Counting of Stomata from Different Types of Leaves" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-6, October 2017, pp.1068-1075, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd4717.pdf

Stomata play a vital role in a plant’s life. It helps in the process of Photosynthesis and Respiration. The exchange of gases also occurs through stomata. Thus Stomata is very important part of the plant. Few plants belonging to class Dicot and Monocot were collected to study the number of stomata present in their leaves. Leaves from Herbs, Shrubs, Trees and Climbers were collected for the study. These leaves were collected from wide areas from Ahmedabad city. As the stomata are located on the dorsal surface of leaf, the chlorophyll was scrapped from the dorsal surface. The chlorophyll content should be removed to see the stomata clearly. This chlorophyll content was removed using blade/scalpel and water. The number of stomata was calculated using ‘Micrometer slide’. The scale on ‘Micrometer scale’ was 0.01 micrometer. This ‘Micrometer slide’ was kept under the microscope and the scale was fixed. After that only the number of stomata was calculated. It was found that ‘Tulsi’ had the maximum number of stomata among the dicotyledons whereas ‘Pancreatium sp’ had the maximum number of stomata among the Monocotyledons. The stomata were calculated in fresh leaves of collected plants. The number stomata were carried out under ‘Compound Microscope’. The number of stomata is directly related to the enhancement of Physiological process.

Stomata, Guard cell, Epidermis


IJTSRD4717
Volume-1 | Issue-6, October 2017
1068-1075
IJTSRD | www.ijtsrd.com | E-ISSN 2456-6470
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