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The upper epidermis has several functions. It protects against water loss, regulates gas exchange (there are only a few stomata on the uppermost layer of the leaf) and produces the waxy substance that becomes part of the cuticle. The previous answer to this question implies that leaves have a ... - read more
The epidermis cells (from the Greek "επίδερμίδα", meaning "over-skin") is a single-layered group of cells that covers plants' leaves, flowers, roots and stems. - read more
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