Science 323, 649–651. What is the difference between Guard Cells and Subsidiary Cells. Interestingly, during this time in the light, microtubules of the subsidiary cells changed their highly variable organization to become perpendicular to the guard cell microtubules (Fig. guard cells. The rate of photosynthesis depends on the opening and closing of the stomatal pore. Determining the relative timing of MUTE-BRK appearance/polarization in SMCs, and whether one is dependent on the other, will help crystallize our understanding of the process of SMC recruitment in grasses. Mechanisms of abscisic acid-mediated control of stomatal aperture. In Begonia, the heliocytic stomata are raised – either in clusters or singly (Figure 5; Papanatsiou et al., 2017; Rudall et al., 2018). Ser. Subsidiary cells are involved in the prevention of water loss from the stoma as well. This is likely, at least partially, due to the fact that most experimental advances were accomplished in A. thaliana, where subsidiary cells are difficult to identify and do not appear to contribute to the same extent in organisms such as grasses. Raissig, M. T., Abrash, E., Bettadapur, A., Vogel, J. P., and Bergmann, D. C. (2016). Current active research in stomatal development and function in model systems like B. distachyon, Z. mays, and O. sativa will contribute to understanding of subsidiary cell mechanisms in the economically important grasses (Chen et al., 2016; Hepworth et al., 2018; Nunes et al., 2020). Agave spp. doi: 10.1016/0022-5193(73)90190-2. Coffea rubiacea (coffee) has paracytic stomata (Figure 2C). These stomatal complexes develop in such a way that the subsidiary cells underlie the guard cells to a degree, pushing the stoma above the leaf epidermis. This led to the hypothesis that hydrophobic plugs prevent stomata from filling with water in very humid environments (Feild et al., 1998). Using pressure-probe measurements, cryo-SEM imaging and modeling techniques, Franks and Farquhar (Franks and Farquhar, 2007) demonstrated that two species with laterally moving, paracytic guard cells must overcome large mechanical advantages to fully open their stomata. A subsidiary cell is most closely associated with which of the following? Tomlinson, P. B. Bull. doi: 10.1104/pp.15.01066. subsidiary cell [ səb-sÄ­d ′ē-ĕr′ē ] A plant epidermal cell that is located next to a guard cell in the stoma of a leaf and differs in structure from other epidermal cells. Bot. Bot. Nunes, T. D. G., Zhang, D., and Raissig, M. Y. N.p., n.d. Differential Expression of K+ channels between guard cells and subsidiary cells within the maize stomatal complex. doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2020.03.048, Hashimoto-Sugimoto, M., Higaki, T., Yaeno, T., Nagami, A., Irie, M., Fujimi, M., et al. Given the subtle shape differences in putative subsidiary cells in A. thaliana, molecular markers may be a good way to identify subsidiary cells. BdMUTE is produced in the GMC and moves, presumably through plasmodesmata, to adjacent subsidiary mother cells (Raissig et al., 2017; Wang et al., 2019a). Rudall, P. J., Julier, A. C. M., and Kidner, C. A. A., and Smith, L. G. (2009). Esau ( 1965) defines subsidiary cells as the cells associated functionally with the guard cells and morphologically distinct from other epidermal cells. Subsidiary cells can have different cell wall compositions from other epidermal cells. the mechanical advantage of subsidiary cells, the spannunqsphase, and the optimum leaf water deficit. For example, in tetracytic stomata, is MUTE traveling to polarly adjacent cells in addition to laterally adjacent cells? (1974). At least one potassium channel is unique to maize subsidiary cells (Büchsenschütz et al., 2005) but are there other unique channels and pumps? doi: 10.1111/j.1365-3040.2009.02024.x. |, Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY), Department of Biology, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst, MA, United States. doi: 10.1038/s41438-018-0048-48, Yi, H., Rui, Y., Kandemir, B., Wang, J. doi: 10.1093/aob/mcw275, Simmons, A. R., and Bergmann, D. C. (2016). 94, 108–113. Guard cells flank the stomatal pore and therefore are easily identified. Other two types of cells found in the plant epidermis are epidermal cells and epidermal hairs. (2015). Biol. Curr. BZU2/ZmMUTE Controls symmetrical division of guard mother cell and specifies neighbor cell fate in maize. 6C, F, arrows). For example, Anacampseros rufescens has 4 lateral subsidiary cells (Figure 3D) while Agave bracena has 2 lateral and 2 polar subsidiaries (Figure 3E). Chloride was also seen to shuttle between guard and subsidiary cells (Raschke and Fellows, 1971; Dayanandan and Kaufman, 1975). What are Guard Cells      – Characteristics, Structure, Function 2. The division sequence of subsidiary cells may produce anatomically distinct cells. doi: 10.1199/tab.0162, Pillitteri, L. J., Sloan, D. B., Bogenschutz, N. L., and Torii, K. U. 68, 2309–2315. We choose to define subsidiary cells broadly: cells that are adjacent to guard cells (but not necessarily touching) and are distinct from other epidermal cells. 122, 679–696. However, in other species such as Selaginella spp., which do not have clear subsidiary cells, potassium was seen in many surrounding epidermal cells, up to several cell layers deep. However, additional evidence from maize supports subsidiary cell-specific adaptation. A recent survey of stomatal complex morphologies, from a variety of monocot plant lineages and their cell divisions, is reviewed in Rudall et al. doi: 10.1016/j.tplants.2016.09.005. Gross L, PLoS Biology Vol. J. Ultrastruct. (2016). 41, 1–7. Oxford: Clarendon Press. Guard cells are a type of epidermal cells in plants; a pair of guard cells are involved in the formation of the stoma. Scale bars are 100 microns. Characters of leaf epidermis in Solanum (Clade Brevantherum) Species from Atlantic Forest of Northeastern Brazil. Rapid, blue-light-induced transpiration response restricted to plants with grass-like stomata. J. Plant J. Few evolutionary adaptations in plants were so critical as the stomatal complex. Taxonomists, anatomists, physiologists, and developmental biologists are likely to have different perspectives on what defines a subsidiary cell. III Commelinales - Zingiberales. Ziegler, H. (1987). An analysis of the mechanics of guard cell motion. In our inclusive definition, we consider taxonomic and anatomical contributions as important as physiological contributions, but realize as our understanding of subsidiary cell function expands more refined definitions will likely develop. facilitate the movement of solutes over short distances. These stomata are very similar to the actinocytic type but the subsidiary cells are above the guard cells rather than below and thus create a sunken stomatal complex. Stomata are the pores involved in the gas exchange of plants with the external environment. We will discuss how subsidiary cells arise and the divisions that produce them; and provide examples of anatomical, mechanical and biochemical consequences of subsidiary cells on stomatal function. J. Linnean Soc. Water potential inside guard cells is controlled by controlling the solute exchange in and out of the guard cell. Reciprocally, in Commelina, the larger daughter divides again. 28, 154–162. The three tissue systems of vascular plants are. The divisions that create anisocytic stomata such as those in A. thaliana are illustrated in Figure 4A. developmental studies of cell differentiation in the epidermis of monocotyledons: II. doi: 10.1104/pp.16.01949, Johnsson, M., Issaias, S., Brogardh, T., and And Johnsson, A. Bot. Two or four subsidiary cells are found surrounding the pair of guard cells. In the tetracytic stomata of A. rufescens (Figure 3D) there are no polar subsidiary cells and instead there are two pairs of lateral subsidiary cells. Here we review the diversity of stomatal morphology with an emphasis on multi-cellular stomata that include subsidiary cells. doi: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1008377, Wang, H., Yan, S., Xin, H., Huang, W., Zhang, H., Teng, S., et al. Contrasting the stomatal apparatus between the model systems Arabidopsis thaliana and Zea mays highlights some of the difficulty in identifying subsidiary cells. doi: 10.1104/pp.109.146969. The outer wall is more flexible while the inner wall is thickened and less flexible. Gene-specific expression may be considered evidence supporting an identity distinct from other epidermal cells, which may in turn be indicative of a unique function. The prophase nuclei of brick 1 mutant Zea mays subsidiary mother cells without F‐actin patch are also globally surrounded by microtubules. BioTime's majority owned subsidiary Cell Cure Neurosciences, Ltd. is developing therapeutic products derived from stem cells for the treatment of … Under water-limiting conditions, when stomates must be closed, the subsidiary cells must be kept turgid and not lose water and solutes to adjacent epidermal cell. Cell Biol. In A. thaliana mute mutants, excessive rounds of asymmetric meristemoid divisions produce a cluster of cells that look similar to mid-developmental stages of heliocytic stomata depicted in Figure 4B – however, mute mutants arrest at this stage. As-of-yet unidentified molecular markers would help clarify these cells’ identities. Acad. Stomatal mechanics,” in Stomatal Function, eds E. Zeiger, G. D. Farquhar, and I. R. Cowan (Stanford: Stanford University Press), 91–114. An asymmetric division of a meristemoid mother cell produces a small meristemoid and a larger stomatal lineage cell. Proposals include: sequestering glucose in subsidiary cells so it does not induce guard cell hexokinase-induced stomatal closing; increasing the osmolarity of the apoplast via glucose export to decrease subsidiary cell turgor; or providing subsidiary cells with sugar to power their own ion channels. (2017). Guard cells and subsidiary cells are two types of differentiated cell types found in the epidermal tissue of plants. J. Bot. Stomatal Cell wall composition: distinctive structural patterns associated with different phylogenetic groups. This spiraling pattern is termed heliocytic (Fryns-Claessens and Van Cotthem, 1973); although spiral stomatal complexes in Kalanchoe spp. Examination of stomatal complexes in totality, including subsidiary cells, in a diverse array of species will provide a more complete picture of stomatal function. A., and Sack, F. D. (2002). Inference is still a poor substitute for observation in scientific researchâ . Our coverage of stomatal complexes will not be exhaustive; rather we will highlight stomatal patterns that either illustrate different ontogenies or stomatal morphologies, especially those that we feel are interesting from a developmental perspective or highlight physiological contributions. Inamdar, J. When water is readily available, guard cells become turgid, opening the stomatal pore. doi: 10.1242/dev.01028, Shtein, I., Shelef, Y., Marom, Z., Zelinger, E., Schwartz, A., Popper, Z. Plant Biol. doi: 10.1007/BF02858543, Büchsenschütz, K., Marten, I., Becker, D., Philippar, K., Ache, P., and Hedrich, R. (2005). Plant Physiol. We use language consistent with Tomlinson (1969) and term all of these subsidiary cells. Plant Biol. BRK1 is homologous to HSPC300, an Curr. Z., Anderson, C. T., and Puri, V. M. (2018). Subsidiary Cells: Subsidiary cells assist, reinforce or protect guard cells. 5, 1–16. has both stomatal architectures. Plant Biol. are easy to identify and this plant displays several stomatal types within a single leaf (Figure 3A). Preprophase microtubules and stomatal differentiation; some effects of centrifugation on symmetrical and asymmetrical cell division. ... a wholly owned subsidiary … Bot. (E) Tetracytic divisions in Agave spp. “Plant stoma guard cells” By (Image: Alex Costa) – Protein Kinases and Plant Pores. It is easy to imagine how the pair of subsidiary cells closest to the guard cells could be generated in a manner like grasses, where adjacent protodermal cells are recruited and divide asymmetrically. The editor and reviewers' affiliations are the latest provided on their Loop research profiles and may not reflect their situation at the time of review. Development 136, 2265–2276. It is easy to imagine how the extended cell-cell contact might help support guard cells mechanically and biochemically. The pattern created by the amplified divisions form a spiral that raises the stoma above the leaf surface (Figure 4B). (C) Gramineous (grass) divisions. In grasses, a developmental innovation—the addition of subsidiary cells (SCs) flanking two dumbbell-shaped guard cells (GCs)—is linked to improved stomatal physiology. (2019b). 2: a cell of an elevated circular group of cells surrounding the base of a multicellular hair in the epidermis of some plants In mesogenous stomata the subsidiary cells and guard cells are derived from the same cell lineage. Subsidiary cells are the cells surrounding the guard cells. Stomatal divisions in the grasses Z. mays, Oryza sativa, and Brachypodium distachyon and the monocot Tradescantia virginiana have been used as models and undergo an identical division sequence (Figure 4C; Cleary, 1995; Facette and Smith, 2012; Apostolakos et al., 2018; Hepworth et al., 2018; Nunes et al., 2020). Therefore two coordinated divisions are required to make a single subsidiary cell – a developmental process that seems fundamentally different from a single division. However, this fails to explain why sunken stomata would be found in humid environments. (common unknown variety from garden center); anisocytic and heliocytic. Otherwise, water will be immediately blown away by a breeze. (2020). 30:2001-2012.e2. It has been suggested that the raised, clustered stomata in begonia increase the size of the substomatal chamber, facilitating gas exchange within the leaf (Papanatsiou et al., 2017). Transpiration also occurs through stomatal pores. MUTE might be the polarizing cue that induces adjacent protodermal cells to differentiate into SMCs, divide and polarize. 39, 71–138. Interestingly, the meristemoid is often the larger of the two daughter cells after a division in this type of stomatal complex, which is highly unusual (Rudall et al., 2018). The Evolutionary Relations of Sunken, Covered, and Encrypted Stomata to Dry Habitats in Proteaceae. AT&T Corporation, originally the American Telephone and Telegraph Company, is the subsidiary of AT&T Inc. that provides voice, video, data, and Internet telecommunications and professional services to businesses, consumers, and government agencies. Opin. In conjunction with the licensing agreement, the Company established a new subsidiary, NoveCite, Inc., to develop, manufacture and commercialize these induced mesenchymal stem cells. 27, 2974.e–2983.e. A stoma has a small slit or pore and two specialised epidermal cells, called guard cells, on the two sides. Katherine, E. (1977). (2018). Subsidiary cells are the accessory cells to guard cells in the epidermis of plants. The intracellular and intercellular cross-talk during subsidiary cell formation in zea mays: existing and novel components orchestrating cell polarization and asymmetric division. Development 131, 1491–1501. I. I. Spindle Reorientation. In her classic textbook, Esau identifies subsidiary cells as those that “appear to be associated functionally […] and are morphologically distinct from other epidermal cells” (Esau, 1965) and may include cells that do not touch. Biol. More detailed and complex subclassifications of stomatal ontogenies exist (Pant, 1965; Tomlinson, 1974; Rasmussen, 1981). (2020). Science 355, 1215–1218. 174, 624–638. Heliocytic stomata are observed in some species of begonia and follow a very similar developmental pattern to those in A. thaliana, but with additional regenerations of the meristemoid. Increase of water potential in the subsidiary cells has the opposite effect and provides the positive feed-back which can cause stomatal conductance to oscillate. The evolution of stomata,” in Stomatal Function, eds E. Zeiger, G. D. Farquhar, and I. R. Cowan (Stanford: Stanford University Press), 29–58. A pair of guard cells which forms the stomatal pore between the two cells is shown in figure 1. We will discuss three potential roles for subsidiary cells: anatomical roles that raise or lower guard cells relative to the epidermal surface, mechanical roles during stomatal movements, and molecular roles involving ion and water flux in the stomatal complex. 32, 1596–1611. Do the same factors play a role in the mesogenous division? 95, 521–530. Subsidiary cells are the accessory cells to guard cells in the epidermis of plants. Sunken stomata are distinct from stomatal crypts; rather than an invagination or depressed area of the epidermis, just the stomata (or guard cells within the stomatal complex) are below the epidermal surface. doi: 10.1093/pcp/pcf104. Extending these analyses to both guard and subsidiary cells during stomatal movements would further our understanding of how subsidiary cells support stomatal function. F-actin redistributions at the division site in livingtradescantia stomatal complexes as revealed by microinjection of rhodamine-phalloidin. (B) Helicocytic divisions. doi: 10.1038/nature05467. An alternative function of crypts may be that they facilitate diffusion of carbon dioxide in thick leaves (Hassiotou et al., 2009). A survey of stomatal movements and associated potassium fluxes in the plant kingdom. The stoma here (vertical arrows indicate the two guard cells) is not as protected as those of the crypts of oleander or the grooves of yucca, but they are protected by subsidiary cells that have papillae that arch across the stoma, creating a mini-depression. Stebbins, G. L., and Shah, S. S. (1960). BASL controls asymmetric cell division in Arabidopsis. The subsidiary cells are compressed and either displaced laterally and/or basally into the substomatal cavity (Ziegler, 1987). The stomatal pore is responsible for the gas exchange of the plant with the external environment. PATROL1 is expressed in guard cells and a subset of adjacent cells – which are subsidiary cells (Higaki et al., 2014). (B) Solanum spp. Sunken and raised stomata (A–D) Agave bracena. Subsidiary cells in gingko (Figure 3F) likewise are essential to creating the recessed stoma. AG prepared the Figure 4. The subsidiary cells dominate the stomatal complex while the guard cells are a pair of small dumbbell shaped cells in the center. Guard cells are large crescent-shaped cells, two of which surround a stoma and are connected to at both ends. The generation of lateral subsidiaries is identical, however in the upper panel the cell closest to the GMC divides, while in the lower panel the cell distal from the GMC divides. The gasses involved in photosynthesis, oxygen and carbon dioxide, are exchanged through stomata. Indeed, Sharpe et al. Fig. Guard cells and subsidiary cells may originate from a single cell lineage, or subsidiary cells may be recruited from cells adjacent to the guard mother cell. (B) Begonia spp. Grasses use an alternatively wired BHLH transcription factor network to establish stomatal identity. No use, distribution or reproduction is permitted which does not comply with these terms. Fryns-Claessens, E., and Van Cotthem, W. (1973). Also called accessory cell (2013). Dong, J., MacAlister, C. A., and Bergmann, D. C. (2009). In A. thaliana, PATROL1 is expressed in both guard cells and subsidiary cells. Stomatal Crypts May Facilitate Diffusion of CO2 to Adaxial Mesophyll Cells in Thick Sclerophylls. (2012). Transpiration produces a pull on water in the xylem to move upwards inside the stem. In heliocytic stomata the meristemoid successfully differentiates into a GMC, which then goes on to undergo a successful single oriented division. Polarity markers accumulate in or at the plasma membrane of the SMC adjacent to the GMC, with the branched-actin regulator BRK1 polarizing immediately after GMC formation (Facette et al., 2015). Front. Subsidiary cells also possess circular, oval, or elongated papillae. 11:e0066. The mechanical advantage of subsidiary cells is one where turgor pressure of subsidiary cells counterbalances that of guard cells, and subsidiary cell turgor has a greater effect on stomatal aperture than guard cell turgor due to physical properties of the guard cell (DeMichele and Sharpe, 1973; Edwards et al., 1976). doi: 10.1093/pcp/pct151, Hunt, L., and Gray, J. E. (2009). In open stomata of maize, cellular potassium is high in guard cells while in closed stomata potassium is high in subsidiary cells (Raschke and Fellows, 1971). Planta 101, 296–316. “Stomata” by AJC1 (CC BY-SA 2.0) via Flickr, Lakna, a graduate in Molecular Biology & Biochemistry, is a Molecular Biologist and has a broad and keen interest in the discovery of nature related things, Difference Between Guard Cells and Subsidiary Cells, What is the difference between Guard Cells and Subsidiary Cells. Curr. Mesoperigenous stomata have both subsidiary cells that arise from the same stomatal lineage as the GMC and subsidiary cells that are recruited from neighboring cells. Opin. Since BRK appears polarized so soon after the meristemoid-generating division, this means MUTE must travel even earlier. Mutants with a high number of abnormally shaped subsidiary cells include the brick1 (brk1) nd discordia1 (dcd1) a mutants. Rev. Under water-limiting conditions, failure to keep subsidiary cells turgid would have disastrous consequences, as modeled by Franks and Farquhar (2007). 143, 78–87. Cleary, A. L. (1995). Additional molecular markers of subsidiary cell fate will help clarify if (and which) guard-cell adjacent cells have identities distinct from other epidermal cells, but none are currently known in A. thaliana. The SCAR/WAVE complex polarises PAN receptors and promotes division asymmetry in maize. Biol. Therefore, these tetracytic stomata form via 2 additional divisions that grasses do not undergo but are otherwise similar. 25 Apr. Division polarity in developing stomata. doi: 10.1111/j.1095-8339.1981.tb0093.x, Roth-Nebelsick, A., Hassiotou, F., and Veneklaas, E. J. Dev. What about other molecules important for guard cell function? Xu, M., Chen, F., Qi, S., Zhang, L., and Wu, S. (2018). A SWEET-family protein is expressed in subsidiary cells (Wang et al., 2019b). (2005). “Distinct” is most easily identified by a unique morphology, but may also be identified by a unique molecular signature. Int. Previously, anomocytic stomata were termed ranunculaceous (Metcalfe and Chalke, 1957). No FCRL5-associated differences were observed in the control group. Many reviews regarding A. thaliana cell divisions as well as the molecular factors (transcriptional regulators, signaling and scaffolding molecules, and cell cycle regulators) exist and thus will not be covered extensively here. When water is not available in hot and dry conditions, guard cells become flaccid, closing the stomatal pore. It has been suggested that actinocytic stomata are simply a variant of anomocytic (no subsidiary cells) stomata (Stace, 1965). Pant defines a subsidiary cell as any cell that is “recognizably modified” and touching a guard cell; he calls specialized cells surrounding the subsidiary that do not touch a guard cell an “encircling cell” (Pant, 1965). All images are imaged via confocal microscopy. Molecular evolution of grass stomata. Curr. Anomocytic stomata are formed in A. thaliana when amplifying divisions are absent. Metcalfe, C. R., and Chalke, L. (1957). All images are imaged via confocal microscopy. a. tracheids b. companion cells c. sieve-tube elements d. guard cells e. albuminous cells. Transcriptional control of cell fate in the stomatal lineage. (B) Arabidopsis thaliana has both anisocytic stomata with three subsidiary cells and anomocytic stomata with no subsidiary cells. Stomata, Subsidiary Cells, and Implications. 419, 121–131. Double labeling of microtubules and actin filaments revealed that in prophase subsidiary mother cells of Zea mays a monopolar prophase microtubule "half-spindle" is formed, which lines the nuclear hemisphere distal to the inducing guard mother cell. Stomata with four stomata are often termed tetracytic, although the cell arrangements vary. Like crypts, sunken stomata are thought to increase the transfer resistance by increasing the boundary layer; the net effect is less water loss. Glover, Beverley J. Notably, this gene is duplicated in grasses and the single ortholog in A. thaliana to play a role in stomatal function, suggesting a possible grass-specific role. 1B, 2aA). In fact, in many cases the definition is taxonomic, but without a complete understanding of the physiological contributions subsidiary cells offer guard cells, a precise definition is difficult. The authors declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest. The arrangement of subsidiary cells along the long axis of the guard cells is called paracytic arrangement of subsidiary cells. Plant Physiol. Figure 3Eiii shows a reconstructed side view of the stomata, where the guard cells are well below the rest of the leaf epidermal cells. We predict that while some characteristics might be preserved, there is likely to be a large variation in the molecular components within subsidiary cells since they are varied in morphology, size, and ontogeny. (2016). 2000. Can. The arrangement of subsidiary cells in the right angle to the guard cells is called diacytic arrangement of subsidiary cells. They provide support for the functioning of guard cells in the epidermis. 37, 385–395. Franks and Farquhar suggest a see-sawing mechanism where water and potassium are exchanged, which is discussed more fully below. doi: 10.1199/tab.0066. For sunken stomata in Agave and gingko (E,F) a lower focal plane containing the guard cells (iii) and a higher focal plane showing epidermal and subsidiary cells (iv) are shown. 19, 864–869. The precise role of CST1 in stomatal regulation is difficult to test but the authors offer several plausible roles for CST1. Lineage’s programs are based on its robust proprietary cell-based therapy platform and associated in-house development and manufacturing capabilities. (F) Recruitment of subsidiary cells in cyclocytic gingko. 119, 1021–1033. Figure 3Ai shows an anisocytic stomatal complex, but often stomatal complexes with a spiral pattern of additional subsidiary cells can be observed, such as in the upper right corner of Figure 3Aiii. Haustorial mother cells are formed on stubby primary infection hyphae that curve back onto subsidiary cells. doi: 10.1038/ncomms3215, Hassiotou, F., Evans, J. E., Ludwig, M., and Veneklaas, E. J. These are referred to as subsidiary or accessory cells (Figs 559 & 561). Phylogenomic evidence for the monophyly of bryophytes and the reductive evolution of Stomata. Comparing the expression and function of MUTE in heliocytic stomata of Begonia or in Kalanchoe, which possesses both heliocytic and anisocytic stomata, is likely to provide insights into the developmental mechanisms of different cell patterns. (B–E) Begonia spp. Examples of known stomatal morphologies imaged via confocal microscopy, including reconstructed side views through the stomatal pore, are in Figures 2, 3. 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