Definition of Cotyledonary. Meaning of Cotyledonary. Synonyms of Cotyledonary

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Definition of Cotyledonary

Cotyledonary
Cotyledonary Cot`y*led"on*a*ry (-?-r?), a. Having a cotyledon; tufted; as, the cotyledonary placenta of the cow.

Meaning of Cotyledonary from wikipedia

- A cotyledon (/ˌkɒtɪˈliːdən/; "seed leaf" from Latin cotyledon, from Gr****: κοτυληδών kotylēdōn, gen.: κοτυληδόνος kotylēdonos, from κοτύλη kotýlē "cup...
- oxygen and nutrients with the maternal blood. The Artiodactyla have a cotyledonary placenta. In this form of placenta the chorionic villi form a number...
- embryo. Protophloem itself appears in the mid-vein extending into the cotyledonary node, which constitutes the first appearance of a leaf in angiosperms...
- of seed development, i.e., globular, heart shape, torpedo shape, and cotyledonary stage, it is known as precocious germination. Another germination event...
- w****s after germination. They are technically haustoria, as they are cotyledonary structures that absorb nutrients and water from the solid and liquid...
- blood return to the placenta allows for shrinkage and collapse of the cotyledonary villi with subsequent fetal membrane separation Methods of active management...
- sits in the sinus between the two lobes. During germination a tubular cotyledonary petiole develops that connects the young plant to the seed. The length...
- most mallees, and many Banksia species. Lignotubers develop from the cotyledonary bud in seedlings of several oak species including cork oak Quercus suber...
- injury or fire. epicotyl The part of the plant axis or stem between the cotyledonary node and the first foliage leaves. epicuticular wax A layer of crystalline...
- lignotuber formation in BanksiaInvestigations into the anatomy of the cotyledonary node of two Banksia (Proteaceae) species". Annals of Botany. 86 (3):...
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