intine

Inner layer of the wall of a pollen grain, resembling a primary cell wall in structure and composition. Also used for the inner wall layer of a spore.

Intine

• (n.) A transparent, extensible membrane of extreme tenuity, which forms the innermost coating of grains of pollen.
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intine

<plant biology> Inner layer of the wall of a pollen grain, resembling a primary cell wall in structure and composition. Also used for the inner wall layer of a spore. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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intine

(from the article `pollen`) ...consists of three distinct parts. The central cytoplasmic part is the source of nuclei responsible for fertilization. The other parts constituting ... ...the microsporocytes or lose their inner cell walls, dissociate from each other, and become amoeboid among the microsporocytes. The pollen grains ... [...
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Intine

In'tine noun [ Latin intus within. Confer Extine .] (Botany) A transparent, extensible membrane of extreme tenuity, which forms the innermost coating of grains of pollen.
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