epicotyl

The first shoot of a plant embryo or seedling, above the point of insertion of the cotyledon(s). Can be relatively long in some seedlings showing etiolation.
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epicotyl

<plant biology> The first shoot of a plant embryo or seedling, above the point of insertion of the cotyledon. Can be relatively long in some etiolated seedlings. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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epicotyl

(from the article `angiosperm`) The mature embryo is a miniature plant consisting of a short axis with one or two attached cotyledons. An epicotyl, which extends above the ...
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epicotyl

epicotyl 1. The stem of a seedling between the cotyledons and the first true leaves. 2. That part of the stem above the cotyledons.
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epicotyl

the part of the plant axis or stem between the cotyledonary node and first foliage leaves.
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Epicotyl

That part of the caulicle lying above the cotyledons.
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