In this GCSE Biology revision video, Hazel takes you through the structure of the lead including the names and functions of all the different layers. These include the waxy cuticle, upper epidermis, palisade mesophyll, spongey mesophyll, lower epidermis, stomata, and guard cells. She then goes onto to explain the factors which affect the rate of transpiration including wind, humidity, temperature and light intensity.
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