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The closing and opening of stomatal guard cells involves: A. diffusion of sodium ions B. osmosis of water that swells and shrinks the cells C. bulk flow of sugar D. none of these
The closing and opening of stomatal guard cells involves osmosis of water that swells and shrinks the cells.
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The closing and opening of stomatal guard cells involves osmosis of water that swells and shrinks the cells.

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