Differentiate between: Integument and testa

Asked by Abhisek | 1 year ago |  65

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Solution :-

Integument Testa
The ovule is covered by this
In other words, it is the outer
covering of a seed.
There are two or three layers, and it
is thin.
It is layered and quite thick.
Live cells make up its structure. Cells in it are no longer alive.
There are no sclereids Sclereids are found in abundance
in cells.
The ovule produces it at the
chalazal end.
The ovule outer integument is the
source of the ovule structure.
Integument is prefertilized. Structures that develop
postfertilization are called testa

Answered by Pragya Singh | 1 year ago

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