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- another term for loculus
- ‘The number of orbicules present on the locule surface is well in excess of the number of pollen grains within the locule.’
- ‘Percentage fertility was negatively correlated with the number of cell layers that separated the anther locule from the lacuna that formed between the septum and the stomium.’
- ‘Other morphological characters, such as the low number of stamens or ovary locules, and the sometimes rather unspecialized nectarial bracts, could also point towards a close relationship between these two genera.’
- ‘E. globulus flowers have either four or five locules, and the number of ovules per locule varies.’
- ‘Parenchyma cells of the pith were packed more closely, especially near to structures such as the locules and vascular bundles.’
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