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And, lastly, that at the apex of the nucleus the radicle of the future Embryo would constantly be found.
An uncharged SO4 radicle would react with the water present, and sulphuric acid would be formed and oxygen liberated.
Also imagine one atom of oxygen with its two hooks outstretched like two arms, and just link one radicle on to each.
If we use the methyl radicle we get methyl alcohol: if we use the ethyl radicle we get ethyl alcohol.
The form and relative position of the radicle and cotyledons serve to distinguish certain groups of plants.
The embryo e, with its suspensor, is contained in the sac, the radicle pointing to the micropyle m.
The radicle r is folded on the back of the cotyledons c, which are said to be incumbent.
It has been already stated that the radicle of the embryo is directed to the micropyle, and the cotyledons to the chalaza.
The radicle r is folded on the edges of the cotyledons c which are accumbent.
Radicle hardly any; cotyledons thick and fleshy, enclosing a well-developed plumule.

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