Definition of Archegonial. Meaning of Archegonial. Synonyms of Archegonial

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Archegonial. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Archegonial and, of course, Archegonial synonyms and on the right images related to the word Archegonial.

Definition of Archegonial

Archegonial
Archegonial Ar`che*go"ni*al, a. Relating to the archegonium.

Meaning of Archegonial from wikipedia

- morphology. In bryophytes, the calyptra (plural calyptrae) is an enlarged archegonial venter that protects the capsule containing the embryonic sporophyte...
- After fertilisation, the immature sporophyte pushes its way out of the archegonial venter. It takes about a quarter to half a year for the sporophyte to...
- reproduction of interior spruce (Pinaceae). I. Pollen germination to archegonial maturation". International Journal of Plant Sciences. 160 (4): 631–640...
- structure and diversity: Marchantia polymorpha, with antheridial and archegonial stalks. The archegonium of Porella. A sporophyte of Porella emerging...
- reproduction of interior spruce (Pinaceae). I. Pollen germination to archegonial maturation". International Journal of Plant Sciences. 160 (4): 631–640...
- (Lekts. Morf. Sist. Archegon. Lectures on the morphology and taxonomy of archegonial plants) (in Russian). Moscow: Русская" типо-литография. p. 88., see also...
- reproduce ****ually, as illustrated by Haeckel in this drawing of an archegonial head with (diploid) sporophyte plantlets. The main plant body (thallus)...
- that aid in propulsion. The immature sporophyte then grows out from the archegonial venter. A sporophyte contains a seta (that holds up the sporangium),...
- present in the environment. S. papillosum is dioicous. Its antheridial and archegonial branches are morphologically similar to its vegetative branches. The...
- gonioautoicous—meaning the antheridia are bud-like in the axil of an archegonial branch—or cladautoicous—meaning the antheridia and archegonia are found...
Loading...