Category Archives: Seeds

Infant age

Infancy The seeds of orchids have a special structure. In most plants, the central part of the seed is a multicellular embryo. Comparison of the structure of the seeds of dicotyledons (a) and orchids (b). The root germ stands out in the embryo, stems with a growth cone and 1 or 2 cotyledons, that is, embryonic leaves. The embryo is surrounded by nutrient tissue of varying thickness, the so-called. endosperm or endosperm. ... Read More »