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orthotropous

orthotropous

adjective or·thot·ro·pous \r-ˈthä-trə-pəs\

Definition of ORTHOTROPOUS

:  having the ovule straight and upright with the micropyle at the apex

Origin of ORTHOTROPOUS

International Scientific Vocabulary
First Known Use: 1830

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