What is coleorhiza
Asked by vatsalyaagnihotri | 4th Aug, 2015, 02:52: PM
Coleorhiza is the undifferentiated sheath which encloses the radicle and root cap in a monocot seed. It remains inside the soil and is non-green in colour. Coleorhiza protects the embryonic root or the radicle.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 4th Aug, 2015, 04:15: PM
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