Definition of Chalazal. Meaning of Chalazal. Synonyms of Chalazal

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Definition of Chalazal

Chalazal
Chalazal Cha*la"zal, a. Of or pertaining to the chalaza.

Meaning of Chalazal from wikipedia

- the embryo sac inside a flowering plant ovule, the three cells at the chalazal end become the antipodal cells. In most flowering plants, the pollen tube...
- orthotropous (anatropous are common and micropyle is in downward position and chalazal end in on the upper position hence, in amphitropous the anatropous arrangement...
- long axis, and this establishes the polarity of the embryo. The upper or chalazal pole becomes the main area of growth of the embryo, while the lower or...
- monoembryonic seeds. The seeds are white with dark innercoats and red-purplish chalazal spots for the acidic varieties, and colorless for the sweet ones. Some...
- the seed.Other water gap structures include carpellary micropyle, bixoid chalazal plug, imbibition lid and the suberised 'stopper'. In nature, the seed coats...
- the carpels mature before the stamens produce pollen. Antipodal cell – ChalazalColeoptileprotective sheath on SAM. Coleorhizaprotecting layer...
- paired with an accepting symbiote. In the protocorm stage hyphae enter the chalazal (top) end of the embryo, however in terrestrial orchids fungal entry into...
- strongly reflecting surface, short micropylar neck, and extruding, pointed chalazal area". However, research published by Heřmanová & Kvaček (2010) has cast...
- etc. She is author of the Hypothesis about the stimulatory role of the Chalazal Polar Nucleus of the Central Cell of Angiosperm as compared to the Embryo...
- Small, flattened, tapered seeds, 3–4 mm in length, with lateral, apical, chalazal wings, with thin testa, with abundant, oily and proteinaceous endosperm...
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