coleorhiza definition

  • noun:
    • A protective sheath enclosing the embryonic reason behind grasses.
    • A sheath-like structure present a plant seed that links the coleoptile into main root and acts as a protective covering enclosing the plumule and radicle.
    • A sheath in the embryo of grasses, inclosing the caulicle.
    • In the embryo of many endogenous flowers, the sheath covering the root, which bursts through it in germination.
    • A protective sheath enclosing the embryonic reason behind grasses.
    • A sheath-like framework present a plant seed that links the coleoptile toward main root and acts as a protective covering enclosing the plumule and radicle.
    • A sheath inside embryo of grasses, inclosing the caulicle.
    • In the embryo of numerous endogenous plants, the sheath covering the root, which bursts through it in germination.

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