Proembryo

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proembryo

(Science: botany) The series of cells formed in the ovule of a flowering plant after fertilization, but before the formation of the embryo.

The primary growth from the spore in certain cryptogamous plants; as, the proembryo, or protonema, of mosses.

Origin: Pref. Pro- _ embryo.