endothecium definition

  • noun:
    • The internal structure of an anther or a moss pill.
    • The tissue based in the walls of anthers, plus in moss capsules
    • The inner liner of an anther cellular.
    • In botany: The inner lining of an anther-cell.
    • In mosses, the main size of cells within the rudimentary pill, that the archespore is usually developed.
    • The inner tissue of an anther or a moss pill.
    • The structure based in the wall space of anthers, and in moss capsules
    • The internal lining of an anther cell.
    • In botany: The inner liner of an anther-cell.
    • In mosses, the central mass of cells in the rudimentary pill, where the archespore is usually developed.
    • The internal muscle of an anther or a moss pill.
    • The tissue based in the walls of anthers, plus moss capsules
    • The inner liner of an anther mobile.
    • In botany: The internal liner of an anther-cell.
    • In mosses, the central mass of cells within the standard pill, from which the archespore is typically developed.

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