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1.Are the stomata open or closed? http://i1296.photobucket.com/albums/ag2/Girl-Who-Loves-Christ/science_zpsc310dd08.jpg 2.if this was a tree how old would it be (how many rings does it have) http://i1296.photobucket.com/albums/ag2/Girl-Who-Loves-Christ/science1_zps90ebfed3.jpg

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The number of rings means how old they are.
I know that but do I include the very last ring or not or do I just include the three lighter colored rings
how many rings do you think it has

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the three lighter colour
ok thanks and what about question 1
In general, one layer of wood grows each year. Each layer consists of two colors of wood: light-colored "earlywood" that grows in the spring and summer plus darker, denser "latewood" from the fall and winter.
what do you think #1 is? and why?
I thought they looked open but some looked closed
majority-wise.
what do you think

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