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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of stomata

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of stomata:
/stowmətə/

Derived Form of stomata

noun
root word: stoma
plural: stomata
Noun: stoma
1
a minute epidermal pore in a leaf or stem through which gases and water vapor can pass
Synonymspores, stomates,
Type ofapertures,
Typeshydathodes, lenticels, water pore*, water stoma*,
See alsostomatous,
2
a mouth or mouthlike opening (especially one created by surgery on the surface of the body to create an opening to an internal organ)
Type ofopenings, orifices, portas,
Part ofcolostomy, tracheostomy, tracheotomy,
See alsostomatous,

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  1. and these are called stomata - singular would be stoma, plural would be stomata -
  2. But water can also leave through these stomata and can dry out the leaf there's loss of water through evaporation and so the stomata close under hot conditions.
  3. Stomata is the plural and stoma is the singular. Stomata are typically found on the bottom
  4. We are approaching a redwood tree. To animate a scientifically accurate leaf, artists studied the texture of a redwood leaf specimen on a glass slide at high resolution. They even counted the stomata, and used that exact count for this film!
  5. these tiny openings in the epidermis called stomata.
  6. The leftover oxygen is released through the stomata,
  7. best because this is when the stomata in the leaf they start to open to let in
  8. Carbon dioxide gets in and oxygen gets out through tiny pores in the leaves called stomata.
  9. - The lab plants work in a slightly different way. They do not really use their stomata.
  10. The nutrient base has sugar in it. That is a signal. That inhibits photosynthesis. This means the plant can not use their stomata as they are supposed to.
  11. As part of photosynthesis, leaves open and close pores called stomata.
  12. and abundant stomata on the surface.
  13. Some experts said that Leaf stomata open at night.
  14. the artificial opening. The noun for stoma is stomata, this is likely to be
  15. the summer period with small leaves, thickened cuticles, glandular hairs, and sunken stomata.
  16. through pores in their skin, called stomata.
  17. about stomata and stomatal regulation of carbon dioxide
  18. microscope to actually see them-- they're called stomata.
  19. close their stomata.
  20. The plural of stoma is stomata.