Do all leaves of plants have eyes?

May 23, 2009 10:30am CST
As far as I remember the leaves of plants has eyes it is called "stomata" Am I right for this ? I just recall if is this really true and did you know about this in our science subjects. I need your knowledge about this. Help me to remember what are some explanation about this one.
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• United States
24 May 09
The stome is not an eye. It is a pore on the bottom of leaves that is opened by guard cells to let CO2 in and oxygen and water vapor out. The stomatal pore is opened during the day and is crucial in food production for plants. There are many factors that cause the guard cells to open the stomatal pore and the pore will not open if the plant is in danger of loosing too much water.
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