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Definition of replum

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Definition as written by paulgrow:

In mustards (Brassicaceae), the site of attachment of the ovules to the placenta that later develops into a septum or partition separating the seeds within the mature fruit.

Definition as written by Terry:

The framework that divides the various sections of certain seed cases, which break open when mature; the framework remains when the sections fall away.

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