Coconuts, corn and chestnuts

John T. Barber jbarber at MAILHOST.TCS.TULANE.EDU
Fri Aug 13 12:35:47 EST 1999


Since parts of this discusion have evolved (am I still allowed to use that
word?) to differences between monocots and dicots but so far no dicot
example has been introduced, I thought I'd throw in horse chestnuts
(Aesculus woerlitzensis and A. hippocastanum) as examples of dicots with a
liquid endosperm.

John T. Barber
E.E.O. Biology
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Tulane University
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