endosperm

[ US /ˈɛndəˌspɝm/ ]
NOUN
  1. nutritive tissue surrounding the embryo within seeds of flowering plants
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How To Use endosperm In A Sentence

  • Endosperm starch content of sweet maize was lower than normal corn notably.
  • The images of endosperm without an aleurone layer were prepared by tracing cell contours on a transparent sheet from the microphotograph, and were digitized by a scanner and transformed into a binary image.
  • Aleurone layer The outermost protein rich layer of the endosperm grass fruits ( e . g . cereal grains ).
  • The endosperm cap (the testa included) was placed on the needle and was pierced by moving the needle down into a polyvinyl chloride block with a conic hole with a minimum diameter of 0.7 mm.
  • Tobacco seeds accumulate oil and protein in the embryo, cellular endosperm and inner layer of the seed coat.
  • Expression was more obvious in aleurone cells, the endosperm cells lining the maternal seed coat.
  • The macrospore or embryo-sac produces a prothallium called the endosperm, in which archegonia or corpuscula are formed; and lastly, in typical dicotyledons it is only lately that any trace of a prothallium from the microspore or pollen cell has been discovered, while the macrospore or embryo-sac produces only two or three prothallium cells, known as antipodal cells, and two or three oospheres, known as germinal vesicles. Scientific American Supplement, No. 531, March 6, 1886
  • This fine white powder called “flour” is, in fact, the ground endosperm, which is about 67 percent carbohydrate, 9 percent to 14 percent protein, and the rest water The amount of protein in flour can vary according to what kind of wheat is used. THE TANTE MARIE’S COOKING SCHOOL COOKBOOK
  • Starch granule of powder endosperm arranged loosely and showed a polyhedron shape.
  • Seminal majority, dinky, seed coat has fossa opening , endosperm flesh is qualitative.
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