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*  Corn starch
The starch is obtained from the endosperm of the kernel. Corn starch is a common food ingredient, used in thickening sauces or ... The germ is separated from the endosperm and those two components are ground separately (still soaked). Next the starch is ...
*  Endosperm
This can make endosperm a source of nutrition in the human diet. For example, wheat endosperm is ground into flour for bread ( ... Endosperm thus has an important role within the human diet worldwide. The aleurone is the outer layer of endosperm cells, ... 1914). "Endosperm". The New Student's Reference Work. Chicago: F. E. Compton and Co. Endosperm: the pivot of the sexual ... Therefore, the nutritious part of the grain is the seed and its endosperm. In some cases (e.g. wheat, rice) the endosperm is ...
*  Glossary of biology
endodermis . endoplasmic reticulum . endosperm . endosymbiotic theory . endotherm . entomology Entomology is the study of ...
*  Gluten
"Endosperm Proteins". In Blonstein, A. D.; King, P. J. A Genetic Approach to Plant Biochemistry. Springer Science & Business ... is a composite of storage proteins termed prolamins and glutelins and stored together with starch in the endosperm (which ...
*  Hernandiaceae
Endosperm formation cellular. The fruit in some species is not fleshy and presents these characteristics: fruiting carpel ...
*  Violaceae
Seeds have endosperm. Three subfamilies are recognized: the Violoideae, Leonioideae, and Fusispermoideae.[citation needed] ...
*  Vitex rotundifolia
Endosperm is absent. Seeds germinate into tender seedlings that bear two cotyledons and quickly develop two red-margined true ...
*  Acalypha
Seeds small, ovoid or ellipsoid, usually carunculate, smooth or foveolate; endosperm present, whitish; the embryo straight; ...
*  Abrophyllum
... endosperm fleshy and oily. Sometimes (locally) cultivated for its ornamental foliage and fruits. Gustafsson, M.H.G. (2007). ...
*  Peter K. Hepler
Hepler, P. K.; W. T. Jackson (1968). "Microtubules and early stages of cell plate formation in the endosperm of Haemanthus ... CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) Inoué, S.; A. Bajer (1961). "Birefringence in endosperm mitosis". Chromosoma. 12 ... focusing on their role in the mitotic apparatus and the phragmoplast of the endosperm cells of Haemanthus Katharinae. After ... "Detection of the membrane-calcium distribution during mitosis in Haemanthus endosperm with chlorotetracycline". Journal of Cell ...
*  Polyscias aemiliguineae
Seeds compressed, endosperm smooth . Strahm, W. 1998. Polyscias aemiliguineae. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. ...
*  Glossary of botanical terms
ruminate (usually applied to endosperm). irregularly grooved or ridged; appearing chewed. (a common type of endosperm in ... albuminous (seeds) containing endosperm. -ales Suffix to the stem of a generic name or descriptive name to indicate that it ... albumen an older name for the endosperm of flowering plants. Except for being a storage tissue for nutrients, it is not at all ... endolithic growing within rock, not wood endosperm 1. (angiosperms) a nutritive tissue surrounding the embryo of the seed, ...
*  Rhamnus (genus)
The seeds have fleshy endosperm. Rhamnus has a nearly cosmopolitan distribution, with about 150 species which are native from ...
*  Multinucleate
Olsen, Odd-Arne (2007-06-12). Endosperm: Developmental and Molecular Biology. Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN 978-3-540 ...
*  Kinetin
Coconut milk is liquid endosperm. It stimulates the embryo to grow when it is supplied with food at the same time. Results ...
*  Brassicaceae
The seed does not contain endosperm. Brassicaceae have a bisymmetical corolla (left is mirrored by right, stem-side by out-side ...
*  Lists of foods
Sabelli, P.A.; Larkins, B.A. (2009). "The Development of Endosperm in Grasses". Plant Physiology. 149 (1): 14-26. doi:10.1104/ ...
*  Zomicarpella
Additionally, the seeds have an endosperm. Species Zomicarpella amazonica Bogner - Amazonas State of northwestern Brazil ...
*  Hypericum mysorense
1946). "Endosperm in Hypericum mysorense Heyne". Annals of Botany. 10 (2): 165-169. Gunatilaka AA, Balasubramaniam S, Kumar V ( ... It was studied to improve understanding of endosperm formation in Hypericum, and the identification of a number of xanthone ...
*  Seed
The endosperm is surrounded by the aleurone layer (peripheral endosperm), filled with proteinaceous aleurone grains. Originally ... Right after fertilization, the zygote is mostly inactive, but the primary endosperm divides rapidly to form the endosperm ... amount of endosperm and the position of the embryo relative to the endosperm. In endospermic seeds, there are two distinct ... in addition to the embryo to endosperm size ratio. The endosperm may be considered to be farinaceous (or mealy) in which the ...
*  Endoreduplication
However, reduction of endoreplication in maize endosperm has limited effect on the accumulation of starch and storage proteins ... Sabelli PA; Larkins BA (2009). "The Development of Endosperm in Grasses". Plant Physiology. 149 (1): 14-26. doi:10.1104/pp. ... Negative Mutant of Cyclin-Dependent Kinase A Reduces Endoreduplication but Not Cell Size or Gene Expression in Maize Endosperm ...
*  Pistacia
The seeds do not have endosperm. The seeds are eaten and dispersed by birds, for which they are a valuable resource because of ...
*  Poikilospermum
The seeds have little or no endosperm. The cotyledons are ovate. Plants of the genus occur naturally from Sino-Himalayan region ...
*  Atta flour
... mixture of endosperm and bran Maida flour - endosperm Sooji/rava - coarse endosperm The Atta flour found in commerce varies in ... Endosperm (85%) - Nutritive tissue surrounding the embryo. Bran - Multi-layered outer skin of the kernel. Wheat powder/flour ... Whole Grain' (Mixture of germ, endosperm and bran) Atta flour - ...
*  Myrica cerifera
No endosperm is present on the seeds. M. cerifera can also reproduce clonally through runners. This species occurs in two forms ...