How does a tree trunk exchange gas with the environment although it lacks stomata?
A tree trunk exchanges gases with the environment although it lacks the stomata because it has lenticels through which oxygen and other gas exchange occurs. They are cells consisting of large intercellular pores.
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Given below is a diagram showing ATP synthesis during aerobic respiration, replace the symbols A, B, C, D and E by appropriate terms given in the box.
F1, Particle, Pi, 2H+, Inner mitochondrial membrane, ATP, Fo particle, ADP
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