The epidermis (from the Greek ἐπιδερμίς, meaning "over-skin") is a single layer of cells that covers the leaves, flowers, roots and stems of plants.It
forms a boundary between the plant and the external environment. The epidermis serves several functions: it protects against water loss, regulates gas exchange, secretes metabolic compounds, and (especially in roots) absorbs water and Part II: Use Diagram A to help you label Diagram B. Write labels on the lines in Diagram B. Diagram A Diagram B Part III: Label numbers 1, 2, and 3 in the diagram below. 3. Few big, motor cells or bulliform cells are present in groups here and there in the furrows of upper epidermis. 4. Stomata, each consisting of a pore, guard cells and a stomatal chamber, are present on both the epidermal layers. Inside a plant, the apoplast is the space outside the plasma membrane within
which material can diffuse freely. It is interrupted by the Casparian strip in roots, by air spaces between plant cells and by the plant cuticle. Structurally, the apoplast is formed by the continuum of cell walls of adjacent cells as well as the extracellular spaces, forming a tissue level compartment comparable to a, Clinical picture of the patient showing massive epidermal loss.b, Schematic representation of the clinical picture.The denuded skin is indicated in red; blistering areas are indicated in green The tomato plant has compound leaves. A compound leaf is made up of leaflets which are distributed along the leaf rachis. While the entire leaf is connected to the stem by the petiole, the leaflets are connected to the rachis of
the leaf by the petiolule. Epidermis. The epidermis is the top layer of your skin. It’s the only layer that is visible to the eyes. The epidermis is thicker than you might expect and has five sublayers. Interesting The Skin Facts: Your
skin has three different layers. These are called (going from outside to inside) the epidermis, dermis, and subcutaneous layers. A woman’s chest — like the rest of her body — is covered with skin that has two layers. The epidermis is the outermost layer that provides a protective, waterproof seal over the body. The ultimate guide to the different parts of a flower and plant. Includes 7 anatomy illustrations of the flower, stem, plant cell, leaf, plant structure, chloroplast, photosynthesis process and more.