stomata

Vincent, Leszek Leszek at missouri.edu
Thu Sep 26 14:56:17 EST 2002


Dear Yoon-Sup,

A quick review of the following text - Kiesselbach, T.A. (1999). The 
Structure and Reproduction of Corn - 50th Anniversary edition, Cold 
Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, NY, provides answers to your 
questions. See pages 34-37 of the above. Kiesselbach also cites an 
earlier study of his (p. 36, reference 38) regarding stoma density on 
the abaxial & adaxial surfaces.

The more recent publication - Freeling & Walbot (eds.) (1994). The 
Maize Handbook. Springer-Verlag, NY., also provides a little further 
implicit information - see chapter 3, The Maize Leaf, by Freeling & 
Lane.

I'd appreciate you copying the details of any other references that 
you might receive via email responses to your query.

Sincerely,
- Leszek Vincent
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P. Leszek D. Vincent Ph.D., FLS
Plant Science Unit, Dept. of Agronomy, 209 Curtis Hall,
University of Missouri-Columbia, Columbia, MO 65211-7020, USA.
Ph: (573) 884-3716 (Agronomy); Fax:(573) 884-7850;
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Email: Leszek at missouri.edu
Plant Systematist on the Maize Mapping Project - NSF award 9872655 -
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>  -----Original Message-----
>  From: Yoon-Sup So [mailto:yoonsup at hawaii.edu]
>  Sent: Wednesday, September 25, 2002 6:25 PM
>  To: maize at net.bio.net
>  Subject: stomata
>
>
>  Dear all,
>  Are there stomata on both under and upside of corn leaves?
>  Is there a difference in number of stomata between up and
>  underside of leaves?
>  If possible, would any of you guide me to references about this?
>  It would be highly appreciated. Thanks. YS
>
>
>





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