cotyledonary


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cotyledonary

pertaining to or emanating from cotyledons.

cotyledonary placentation
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At this concentration, a total inhibition in the growth of pre existing buds at the cotyledonary nodal region was observed.
2] Cheng TY, Saka H & Voqui-Dink TH (1980) Plant regeneration from soybean cotyledonary node segments in culture.
Shoots (2-3 cm) derived from shoot bunches of Cotyledonary node were excised and rooted on medium consisting of B5 and 1/2 B5 basal medium supplemented with 0.
Cotyledonary sheath elongate, splitting lengthwise;
The cotyledonary nodes, when inoculated on MS medium supplemented with 8.
Collar The first node, between base of the cotyledonary sheath and primary root (sometimes called the cotyledonary node).
high frequency maturation of cotyledonary somatic embryos from
Amount of aescin was determined in cotyledonary androgenic embryos grown on media with various phytoregulators.
As a broad generalization, the author has observed that conifer species which produce two cotyledons possess cotyledonary buds and develop collars that sprout, whereas species which produce more than two cotyledons generally lack cotyledonary buds and functional collars and typically do not sprout (see Butts & Buchholz [1940] for conifer cotyledon numbers).
Because many monocot cotyledons have a clasping base with two thick sides flanking the growing point, some thin longitudinal sections of a cotyledonary node can produce a two-lobed outline with a central growing point.