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||Depending on the species and the environmental
conditions stomata range in size from about 10 to 80µm in length (BNID 101757)
and occur at densities between 5 and 1,000mm^2 of epidermis
(primary source and Fig. 3a). In spite of this wide variability there is a strong and general
relationship between density and size (Fig. 3a) for different plant groups (grasses and non-grasses), fossil leaves and for different
stomatal distributions on either one or both leaf surfaces.