Aleurone grains, Biology

ALEURONE GRAINS -

Also known as Plant lysosome, because they contain hydrolytic enzymes.

Consists of Proteins.

They are also known as Aleuroplast because they are rich in proteins.

According to Hall hydrolytic enzymes are present in endosperm of maize.

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