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n. pl. cha·la·zae (-z ) or cha·la·zas.

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Mechanism of chalaza formation in quail eggs
profiles of the chalaza materials showed six bands of 480,. 320, 210, 180, 96, protein were used as probes to detect chalaza materials.
Development of tannin vacuoles in chalaza and seed coat of barley
Embryology Worksheets
and label each part of the egg.
Seed Coat Structure and Histochemistry of Abelmoschus esculent
Chalazal Region and Water Entry controlling onset of water entry was thought to be the chalazal area. Thanks to strophiole and the chalaza (Hanna, 1984).
funiculus integument ovule locule micropyle embryo sac nucellus
integument ovule locule micropyle embryo sac nucellus chalaza vascular tissue porogamy chalazogamy pollen tube pollen tube chalaza. A. B.

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Japanese thin omelettes
Elizabeth instructed us to pick out the chalaza (the rope-like strand that anchors the yolk to the whites) from the egg so it doesn't create a streak or any unevenness in the egg.

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Chalaza - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The chalaza is a structure inside bird and reptile eggs and plant ovules. It attaches or suspends the yolk or nucellus within the larger structure.
chalaza - definition of chalaza by the Free Online Dictionary
n. pl. cha·la·zae (-z ) or cha·la·zas.
Chalaza - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
plural cha·la·zae \-ˌzē\ or cha·la·zas. Definition of CHALAZA. 1.
What is Chalaza?
A chalaza is the structure inside an egg that keeps the yolk in place. Most people are more familiar with a chalaza as...
Eggs From A To Z - Chalaza
CHALAZA Ropey strands of egg white which anchor the yolk in place in the center of the thick white. They are neither imperfections nor beginning embryos.

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