A number of investigators have made a careful study of the seeds of the common quince (Pyrus vulgaris), largely because of its use in connection with medicine and the interest attached to the mucilaginous character of the epidermal cell walls of the outer seed coat. Little attention, however, has been paid to the structure of the seeds of the common apple. Kratzman, Vinton and Moeller, Hill, and Harz call attention to the structure of the testa.
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Pammel, L. H. and Robb, Luella
"Notes on the Histological Structure and Specific Gravity of the Seeds of Pyrus,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 15(1), 47-55.
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