of seeds, showing intrusions into the endosperm usually by infolding of the inner layer of the seed coat
IPT: mottled in appearance; a tissue of dark and light zones of irregular outline CGBT: looking as though chewed SSA: mottled in appearance, e.g. of bark or of the food reserves of a seed
ATRFT1: a term used to describe endosperm or cotyledons which have a mottled or striped appearance resulting from the intrusion of the testa (seed coat) into the tissue. FPW: (of endosperm in seeds) Irregularly grooved and ridged; having a 'chewed' appearance.