Q. How does gaseous exchange take place in the leaves?

Solution :

The stomata, or openings in the leaves, are typically found on the lower surface of the leaves. Gases and water vapour easily diffuse in and out through the stomata. The oxygen enters the leaf cells by diffusing through the stomata.
Similarly, the stomata allow the carbon dioxide that the leaf cells produce to escape.

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