Stomatal crypts may facilitate diffusion of CO2 to adaxial mesophyll cells in thick sclerophylls
In some plants, stomata are exclusively located in epidermal depressions called crypts. It has been argued that crypts function to reduce transpiration; however, the occurrence of crypts in species from both arid and wet environments suggests that crypts
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