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In the latter case, it forms an inner cell to the cell-wall, and is called the primordial utricle.
The terms protoplasm and primordial utricle are, however, used by some authors synonymously.
The fruit is a membranous one-seeded utricle often enclosed by the persistent calyx.
Fruit a perfectly or incompletely 3-celled many-seeded capsule, or a 1-celled 1-seeded utricle.
Utricle bursting irregularly, enclosing an oblong longitudinally ribbed seed (or nutlet).
The sacs of the internal ear, known as the utricle and saccule, receive the impulses of the base of the stapes.
The vegetable cell has usually two concentric coverings—cell-wall and primordial utricle.
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In animal cells the former is wanting, the membrane representing the utricle.
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Subsequently constrictions appear in the vesicle marking off the saccule and utricle.
The fruit is a utricle, having a single seed, encircled by a broad thin transparent membrane.

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