Concurrent Development of the Ovule Structures in Some Flowering Plants

  • T. B. Batygina
  • I. I. Shamrov
  • G. E. Titova
  • V. E. Vasilyeva
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Abstract

The ovary, ovule and embryo sac are a complex integrated system. It is characterized by a continuously changing state of its integrity in the process of development. The processes occurring in the ovule are a start for its further transformation into a seed.

Keywords

Saccharose Starch Carbohydrate Polysaccharide Germinate 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • T. B. Batygina
  • I. I. Shamrov
  • G. E. Titova
  • V. E. Vasilyeva

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