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The cuticle is a waxy covering found on the walls of _____. A) epidermal cells B) Vascular tissue cells C)ground tissue cells
The cuticle is a waxy covering found on the walls of: A) epidermal cells.
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User: _____ are tiny openings usually on the underside of a leaf used in gas exchange.

User: The cuticle is a waxy covering found on the walls of _____. A) epidermal cells B) Vascular tissue cells C)ground tissue cells

Weegy: The cuticle is a waxy covering found on the walls of: A) epidermal cells.
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User: Select the requirements for photosynthesis from the choices below; water, deep roots, solar energy, carbon dioxide, broad leaves, tall plants

Weegy: The main requirements for photosynthesis are water, solar energy and carbon dioxide.
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Stomata are tiny openings, usually on the underside of a leaf, used in gas exchange.
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