The adaptations of leaf for photosynthesis are:
(a) Leaves provide large surface area for maximum light absorption.
(b) Leaves are arranged at right angles to the light source in a way that causes overlapping.
(c) The extensive network of veins enables quick transport of substances to and from the mesophyll cells.
(d) Presence of numerous stomata for gaseous exchange.
(e) The chloroplasts are more in number on the upper surface of leaves.