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Xenia

Xenia (zē´nēə), city (1990 pop. 24,664), seat of Greene co., SW Ohio; inc. 1814. It is a trade and industrial center in a farm area. The city has food-processing plants, and transportation equipment, plastics, and machinery are among its manufactures. The county historical museum is there. A tornado destroyed about half of the city on Apr. 3, 1974.

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xenia A situation in which the genotype of the pollen influences the developing embryo or the maternal tissue (endosperm) of the fruit to produce an observable effect on the seed. For example, a variety of maize with white endosperm may be pollinated by one possessing dark yellow endosperm to give seeds with pale yellow endosperm.

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