10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENDOCARPAL»
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Contributions to Botany: (v, 311,  p., plates 1-42)
2, one of its three endocarpal nuts, seen edgeways. Fig. 3, the same, seen on the
ventral face, showing its sutural line of dehiscence : all nat. size. Fig. 4, the same,
in the act of its dehiscence, showing the enclosed erect seed, magnified. Fig.
Upper Necaxa Totonac Dictionary
Ι) stringy endocarpal material that contains seeds of squash or melons; 2) rotten
material inside of an old gourd § henha1ul6'hx (n) Pt. turkey 's snood § kinka1ul6'
hx (n) Pt. turkey's snood § pu:1ul6'hx (n) 1) stringy endocarpal material that ...
Systematics, biology and evolution of some South African ...
and the endocarpal parts, e.g. in the Titanopsis type of fruit, are connate and are
pulled out of the valve during the first opening process. Absence of covering
membranes characterizes the Mesembryanthemoideae and the Delosperma type
Hans Peter Linder, A. V. Hall, 1991
Flowering Plants · Dicotyledons: Magnoliid, Hamamelid and ...
Leaves shortly digitiform: surface bright green to purple, smooth, outer epidermal
walls without crystals. Flowers bracteolate: calyx 4-5-lobed: petals yellow, Fruit
10-locular. Titanopsis type with tiny endocarpal closing bodies. Three spp..
Klaus Kubitzki, Jens G. Rohwer, Volker Bittrich, 1993
Bradleya: Yearbook of the British Cactus and Succulent Society
However, Hartmann noted the presence of a round outgrowth from the end of the
placenta, which she referred to as a placental closing body (as opposed to an
endocarpal closing body, derived from the endocarp). In Lampranthus s. sir.
Botanical Bulletin of Academia Sinica
A) Photograph of Pyrenacantha kaurabassana showing the inner surface of the
stone; B) light micrograph of P. kaurabassana, showing an endocarpal process (
a) in close contact with the seed (b): C & F) scanning electron micrographs of ...
Zhong yang yan jiu yuan. Chih wu yen chiu so, 1994
Bibliography of North American Geology, 1956
Scott, Richard A. Evolution of some endocarpal features in the tribe Tlnosporeae
(Menisper- maceae) [Oreg.] : Evolution, v. 10, no. 1, p. 74-81, illus., Mar. 1956.
Scott, Robert Brown. Geology of North Arvin field, Kern County, California [abs.] ...
essential atlas of botany
The sections are the membranous endocarpal lining of vesicles filled with juice.
Fig syconium Plant Anatomy Plant Physiology Reproduction Flower, Fru and
Seed Ecology and Evolution Algae Fungi Plants Plants with Flowers and Fruits ...
Succulent Flora of Southern Africa
Nectaries are separate or joined, covering membranes are complete with extra
closing devices, endocarpal closing bodies nearly always absent, sterile funicles
block the seed exits. Twelve genera arc included here: Enarganthe, ...
289). v fliTTJJ gklam i!. the meat or endocarpal lining of the coconut ; hardened
animal or vegetable fat: naiuiua hardened tissue; muscular tissue : naimirvnn
meat of the coconut: viiiTuulunaiy congealed oil. flfHtJ gklai v. to transform in
George Bradley McFarland, 1944