intine


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intine

the thin, inner coat of a POLLEN GRAIN, composed of cellulose.
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P: polar axis, E: equatorial axis, I: thickness of intine, t: Polar, Clg: length of colpus, Clt: latitude of colpus, M: median, V: variation, S: standart deviation.
Mert (2009) also described the pollen length, pollen width, intine and exine thickness of pollen grains of six cornelian cherry (C.
The exine has a very thin endexine layer, and a fibrilar intine with numerous invaginations coated by the plasmalemma can be observed.
The values of intine thickness also showed remarkable variations and ranged from 0.
These variations among exine and intine thickness suggested that this character could be helpful in segregation and identification of species.
89, exine thickness is 3 (2-4)u m and intine thickness was 1.
All conifer pollen is dehydrated on its release into air, but all swell in varying degrees on contact with water as result of hydration of the cellulosic intine.
In Clade IV all families show the same response, in which pollen sinks, the intine expands considerably, and the exine is shed (Southworth, 1988).
Exine (Ex) and Intine (In) are formed in this stage (fig 2 E) and tapetum in this plant is plasmodial type.
Clypeate grains are either functionally omniaperturate and have a thin exine and uniformly thickened intine (Thanikaimoni, 1986; Furness & Rudall, 1999, 2000) or are porate with localized thickenings of intine (Chanda & Ghosh, 1976; Halbritter & Hesse, 1995).
Tilney and Van Wyk (1997) report protrusions of intine,
The bonuses played were; INTINeS, COERCES, and INHALER and the game was finally won by the Pakistan's Sulaiman 469-392, which makes him the 3rd MISO Champion.