Cotyledons plano-convex; radicle pointing to the apex of the fruit.
radicle or Radicula: that joint of the antenna that is articulated to the head.
The kind of charge, positive or negative, depends on the nature of the radicle.
The -icle, in icicle, is apparently the same as the -icle in radicle.
The form and relative position of the radicle and cotyledons serve to distinguish certain groups of plants.
Give the etymologies of the words icicle, radicle, and radical.
It consists of one or more seed-leaves or cotyledons, a radicle or young root, and a plumule or young bud.
The initial stem on which they stand was called the radicle.
The former consist of fourteen joints, including the radicle, the fourth and fifth being very short and not easily distinguished.
The cotyledons are accumbent when they lie with their edges against the radicle, 128.
radicle rad·i·cle (rād'ĭ-kəl)
A small structure, such as a fibril of a nerve, that resembles a root.