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Starting Term Defination Related Term Character Alveolation The process forming alveolus with the involvement of radial arrays of microtubules and various deposing materials in the endosperm coenocytes. Perisperm The diploid nutritive tissue derived from nucellus of other than embryo. Functionally similar to endosperm chiefly composed of unlike protein in endosperm. Haustoria Aggressive structure formed either by micropylar or chalazal chamber to invade the maternal tissue to divert more nutrition to developing embryo. Imprinting Alteration of gene interaction through epigenetic modifications like cytosine methylation and histone acetylation depending on parental origin is referred to as imprinting. Poly-comb A complex of genes regulating their function genes through epigenetic mechanisms. E.g., FERTILIZATION INDEPENDENT SEED 2 (FIS1, FIS2, FIS3,), FERTILIZATION- INDEPENDENT ENDOSPERM (FIE) and MEA.

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Description Endosperm specific Genes Specific genes endospermic tissue

Esr1, Esr2, Esr3 (Embryo surrounding region) and Embryo ZmAE1, ZmAE3 ((Zea mays androgenic embryo1), surrounding layer ZmEBE (Zea mays embryo sac/basal endosperm transfer layer/embryo surrounding region).

Transfer layer Betl1 , Betl2, Betl3, Betl4 (endosperm transfer cell layer1), Bap1, Bap2, Bap3 (basal layer -type antifungal protein1) MEG1, End 1, ZmMRP-1 (Zea mays MYB- related protein-1) and ZmEBE (Zea mays embryo sac/basal endosperm transfer layer/embryo surrounding region)

Starchy endosperm dek (defective kernel), dsc1 ((discolored1) and emp2 layer (empty pericarp2)

Ltp2, CHI26 (chitinase 26), B22E, pZE40, ole-1, ole-2, layer per-1,chi33, C1, Sal1 (Supernumerary aleurone 1), Cp2 (collapsed2) and o12 (opaque12)

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