Examples from the Web for anatropous
The seeds that are truncate at one end are anatropous, some of them resembling those of red clover are half anatropous.Seeds of Michigan Weeds|W. J. (William James) Beal
Rhaphe, the continuation of the seed-stalk along the side of an anatropous ovule or seed, 112, 126.
Seed of a Larkspur (also anatropous); the parts lettered as in the last.
Rhaphe, the line or ridge which runs from the hilum to the chalaza in anatropous and amphitropous seeds.
Seed of a Violet (anatropous): a, hilum; b, rhaphe; c, chalaza.