Archesporial



the primitive cell, or group of cells, that give rise to the cells from which are derived.
Historical Examples

In fig. 4, C, which represents a longitudinal section of a young embryo of Pellia, these archesporial cells are shaded.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 3 Various

noun (pl) -spores, -sporia (-ˈspɔːrɪə)
(botany) the cell or group of cells in a sporangium that gives rise to spores

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