What is the difference between dorsoventral and isobilateral leaf

Asked by saradamahapatra9999 | 11th Jun, 2019, 12:58: PM

Expert Answer:

Differences between dorsiventral and isobilateral leaf:

Dorsiventral Leaf

Isobilateral Leaf

  • The number of stomata is more on the abaxial epidermis than the adaxial epidermis.
  • Almost equal number of stomata is present on the abaxial and adaxial surfaces.
  • Mesophyll is differentiated into spongy and palisade parenchyma.
  • Mesophyll layer is not differentiated into spongy and palisade parenchyma.
  • Vascular bundles are large and vary in size as per the size of veins.
  • Vascular bundles are similar in size, only the bundles near the mid vein are large.
  • Bulliform cells are absent.
  • Bulliform cells are present.

Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 11th Jun, 2019, 06:12: PM

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