Third, the lab team is preparing a leaf tissue sample from corn, which is a monocot. First, list and define

Third, the lab team is preparing a leaf tissue sample from corn, which is a monocot. First, list and define all of the cells and tissues you would see in a typical monocot leaf, starting from the upper epidermis and working down to the lower epidermis. Next, compare and contrast the differences between a mesophyte, hydrophyte, and xerophyte leaf. Finally, describe three specialized leaves that most likely exhibit unique anatomy when compared to a typical leaf. For this last part, do not use a hydrophyte or a xerophyte as an example of a specialized leaf. What makes these specialized leaves that you chose special in terms of their anatomy


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