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ovary stipe

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Key to Native and Naturalized Genera of Ingeae
... Petiolar nectary sessile, shallowly cupular; ovary-stipe 1 mm or longer....... .......................................Painteria 10. Petiolar nectary stoutly stipitate, columnar; ovary-stipe very short....Ebenopsis 9. ... but not technically separable at anthesis........................... .......Abarema, Balizia, Hydrochorea 52. Ovary tapering at apex. 53. Corolla of peripheral fls at most 7 ...
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... cluster, the petiole of a leaf, the stipe of an ovary, or any other similar supporting organ. STALKLET: A ... ovary, which receives pollen. STIGMATIFEROUS: Having a stigma. STING: A sharp, hollow, glandular hair that secretes an irritating or poisonous fluid, as in the nettle. STIPE ... form or appearance of a stipe; stalk-like. STIPITATE: Having or being supported by a stipe. STIPULAR: Having or resembling ...
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Forestry Glossary: S is for ... samara, sapling, and subkingdom
... (usually the tip, often sticky) that receives the pollen and upon which the pollen germinates. stipe (n.) A supporting stalk. Example: the stalk of a pistil, a gill fungus, or the ... pore. style (n.) The stalk of a pistil which connects the stigma with the ovary. superior ovary (n.) An ovary located above the perianth and free of the calyx. suppressed (adj.) Very slowly ...
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Glossary
... there until supplanted by successor species. Pistil- Ovule-bearing organ of an angiosperm composed of ovary, style, and stigma. Collectively the pistils are called the genoecium. Pistillate- Having only female organs ... , usually the tip, often sticky, which receives the pollen and upon which the pollen germinates. Stipe- A supporting stalk, such as the stalk of a pistil, a gill fungus, or the ...
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Jay's Internet Orchid Species Photo Encyclopedia E - Epic
... was taken out of Cephalanthera because of it's sessile, twisted ovary. Type species = ! = Cephalanthera austiniae (A. Gray) A. Heller 1900 = Eburophyton austiniae (A ... open at the apex and extends backwards parallel to the ovary. The stigma has two lobes and it has a prominent ... a callus and two hard pollina connected to an elongate stipe attached to a round viscidium. This genus should be grown ...
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Jay's Internet Orchid Species Encyclopedia - M - Max
... lip that enfolds the short, footless column which carries 4 pollina with no caudicles or stipe. Common Name or Meaning refers to the soft leaves Synonyms Achroanthes Raf. 1819; `Acroanthes ... single flowered inflorescence with lanceolate, acuminate floral bracts that are half the length of the ovary holding the campanulate flower above the leaves. ~*Masdevallia bella Rchb.f. 1878 - See Dracula bella ...
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UCMP Glossary: S
... which is sensitive to light, and thus functions somewhat like a miniature eye.More info? stipe -- A scientific term for "stalk". stipules -- Paired appendages found at the base of the leaves ... termed a "cone" or "flower". style -- The narrow stalk of the pistil, located above the ovary but below the stigma. subduction -- n. A geologic process in which one edge of one ...
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UCMP Glossary: Botany
... n. A group of plants that produce seeds enclosed within an ovary, which may mature into a fruit; flowering plants. anther -- ... and thus functions somewhat like a miniature eye.More info? stipe -- A scientific term for "stalk". stipules -- Paired appendages found at ... "flower". style -- The narrow stalk of the pistil, located above the ovary but below the stigma. synangium -- A cluster of sporangia ...
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