Same, older, with plumule developed into internode and pair of leaves.
So it is the stem-portion of the plumule which is at first conspicuous and strong-growing.
They may also be divided into those with and without the plumule.
It is important that the leaves on the primary axis arising from the plumule are examined.
It consists of one or more seed-leaves or cotyledons, a radicle or young root, and a plumule or young bud.
Plumage generally compact, the feathers with thick spongy shaft, and destitute of plumule.
Plumage full and strong; feathers with the plumule much developed.
Plumage full and soft; feathers with the plumule much developed.
When there is such a bud between the cotyledons in the seed or seedling it is called the Plumule.
Embryo with a single cotyledon, and the leaves of the plumule alternate.