. Principles of plant culture; an elementary treatise designed as a text-book for beginners in agriculture and horticulture. Horticulture; Botany. 40 Principles of Plant Culture. 54. The Plantlet is Visible in the Seed. If we boil seeds of the four kinds shown in Pigs. 8 to 11, or of other kinds, in water until they are fully swollen, and then carefully dissect them witli the forceps and needle, using the magnifying glass when necessary, we may observe that the plantlet is present compactly folded up in the seed, (termination (L'S) is really little more than the unfolding and expansion of this

. Principles of plant culture; an elementary treatise designed as a text-book for beginners in agriculture and horticulture. Horticulture; Botany. 40 Principles of Plant Culture. 54. The Plantlet is Visible in the Seed. If we boil seeds of the four kinds shown in Pigs. 8 to 11, or of other kinds, in water until they are fully swollen, and then carefully dissect them witli the forceps and needle, using the magnifying glass when necessary, we may observe that the plantlet is present compactly folded up in the seed, (termination (L'S) is really little more than the unfolding and expansion of this Stock Photo
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. Principles of plant culture; an elementary treatise designed as a text-book for beginners in agriculture and horticulture. Horticulture; Botany. 40 Principles of Plant Culture. 54. The Plantlet is Visible in the Seed. If we boil seeds of the four kinds shown in Pigs. 8 to 11, or of other kinds, in water until they are fully swollen, and then carefully dissect them witli the forceps and needle, using the magnifying glass when necessary, we may observe that the plantlet is present compactly folded up in the seed, (termination (L'S) is really little more than the unfolding and expansion of this plantlet. The plantlet as it exists in the seed is called the embryo (em'-bry-o). 55. The Endosperm* (en'-do-sperm). From the sec- tion of the corn grain shown in Fig. 14, it appears that in this seed, imlike the pea, beau and pumpkin, the. Fig. 14. Cross-section of germinating Indian corn grain. A endo- sperm; Cot cotyledon; Cau hyppcotyl; PI plumule. Slightly magnified. (After Frank). plantlet and seed-case do not make up the whole bulk of the seed. The remaining part shown at A, consists mainly of cells containing starch grains and oil drops, which serve as food for the plantlet during germination, * Called al.so albumen.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Goff, E. S. (Emmett Stull), 1852-1902. Madison, Wis. , The Author

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