How does stomata help a plant?
Stomata helps plants by letting carbon dioxide into the plant and lets waste and water leave the plant. Stomata are small openings on the bottom of a plants leaves. The openings and closing of stomata are controlled by sodium- potassium pumps. Stomata consist of two specialized cells called guard cells that surround a tiny pore called stoma. Stomata can be found on all above- ground parts of a plant like the petals of flowers, soft nonwoody herb or plant parts, and stems and leaves.