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sporophyll

a leaf bearing a SPORANGIUM. In some plants, such as ferns, the sporophyll is identical with ordinary leaves, but in others it is considerably modified, becoming stamens and carpels in the case of flowering plants.
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Anti-metastasis effect of fucoidan from Undaria pinnatifida sporophylls in mouse hepatocarcinoma Hca-F cells.
Fucoidan isolated from the sporophyll of cultured Korean brown seaweeds Undaria pinnatifida possessed tumoricidal activity which was proved in vitro using PC-3, HeLa, A549 and HepG2 cells (37).
5-3 cm, beige-yellow to grey-brown tomentose; megasporophylls arranged in 5-8 orthostichies of 3-9 sporophylls each, megasporophyll pedicels 2.
Molecular characteristics of partially hydrolyzed fucoidans from sporophyll of Undaria Pinnatifida and their in vitro anticancer activity.
The sporophyll of the Sphenopsida is believed to have arisen by a downward bending of the sporangium toward a common axis (recurvation, leading to anatropy, Fig.
Reproductive effort for Pterygophora was evaluated by counting the number of sporophyll blades and sori per plant.
In Macrocystis, spores are produced year round in organs (sori) located on specialized blades called sporophylls (Reed et al.
Therefore, the about 50% of wastes produced from brown seaweed (BS) and seaweed fusiforme (SF) has been dumped in the ocean, despite seaweeds contain edible sporophyll and root (Ahn et al.
Novel antiviral fucoidan from sporophyll of Undaria pinnatifida (Mekabu).
This product was doubled since sori of approximately equal area are found on both sides of a sporophyll (Neushul 1959).
Structural characterization and antiviral activities of fucoidan from sporophyll of Undaria pinnatifida (Mekabu) was examined.