What is the definition of a leaf cell?
it is a cell that gives a leaf is structure.
The leaf cell is like a solar panel. It collects sunlight and nutrients.
makes food for the plant
well, which cells?. There are quite a few...... )
The door leaf is the door itself and the path that it travels in, Its even hard for my teachers to explain so i put it how the ordinary man would. If you have a door and you o…pen it towards you, then that is the leaf of the door. if it is a double door then it has two leafs. If you would tape a pencil to the botton of the door and swing it open, then the arc that it makes would be the leaf of the door.
Palisade cells and the spongey mesophyll. The upper and lower epidermis aren't cells but the are also in a leaf.
Yes, a leaf has cells. They have A LOT of cells
A stem and leaf plot is one type of histogram. A simple bar chart histogram show the frequency of data in certain ranges. The leaf and stem plot has the advantage of identifyi…ng both the frequency of the data in intervals and the data values that are in the intervals.. Two disadvantages to the plot is that the interval is determined by the uppermost digit (10's, 100's or 1000's) and the plot may not be easily understood by others.. See related link.
It is a graph that basically puts a group of numbers in order. A graph used to organize and display data so that thefrequencies can be compared.
Leaves are made up of many cells
the cells leaf do that they make the photosynthesis from the sun
An Elodea Cell is a multi-celled cell. It has a cell wall, ploraplats, and Cytoplasm. It also moves and grows. It is an underwater plant with grass-like leaves.
Leafed: adjective, having leaves or leaves as specified; often used in combination
It has chloroplasts. The chloroplasts contain chlorophyll Chlorophyll makes the leaf green Hope this helps!
It is the slender stalk by which the leaf is attached to the stem - in short, the leafstalk, or the stem or pedicle