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Angiosperm Families - Akaniaceae Stapf
... scanty paratracheal. Reproductive type, pollination. Unisexual flowers absent. Plants hermaphrodite. Inflorescence, floral, fruit and seed morphology. Flowers aggregated in ‘inflorescences’; in panicles. Inflorescences axillary (or supra-axillary). Flowers bracteate; fragrant; regular; (4–)5 ...
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Angiosperm Families - Amaryllidaceae Jaume St.-Hil.
... Unisexual flowers absent. Plants hermaphrodite. Floral nectaries present. Nectar secretion from the perianth (from the inner tepals, in Galanthieae), or from the gynoecium (from septal nectaries). Inflorescence, floral, fruit and seed morphology. Flowers ... , free or connate scales), or without involucral bracts; spatheate. Flowers regular to somewhat irregular to very irregular; when irregular, ...
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Catkin
... Catkin CatkinThe catkin is generally an elongated, more or less pendulous spike bearing unisexual flowers. Sometimes, only male flowers are in catkins. The catkins usually hang loosely in the air, and the microspores ...
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Handbook 4
... arranged in a spiral to 1 – 2 m long; inflorescence a compound spike with unisexual flowers; fruit a fleshy, elongate berry, usually without seeds and deep yellow when ripe.’ Does ... tsun aa’ts. Psitticanthus calyculatus (DC.) G.Don (Loranthaceae), a beautiful mistletoe with reddish-orange flowers, has sticky seeds that attach themselves to tree trunks. The Mixes have named it ...
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LAB 5
... complex flowers are irregular (bilaterally symmetrical, i.e. only one plane of symmetry). Is the Spider lily flower regular or irregular? What about the shak shak? 4. Unisexual flowers Flowers are there for sexual reproduction and most flowers are bisexual (meaning having both male and female sex organs). In some plants flowers have only male or ...
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Flowering Plants
... inside develop into seeds. Most flowers contain several to many ovules. Incomplete flowers are lacking one or more of the 4 main parts. Imperfect (unisexual) flowers contain a pistil or ... .] androdioecious: Having bisexual flowers on one plant and male flowers on another plant. [e.g. Solanum, including certain species of nightshades.] polygamous: Having bisexual and unisexual flowers on the same ...
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Stinking Flowers
... flowers on earth. Like the common garden calla, Zantedeschia aethiopica, the small unisexual flowers are packed along the base of an erect, phallus-like central spadix, typically with male flowers ...
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APSnet Education Center - Introductions to the Major Pathogen Groups - Introduction to Parasitic Flowering Plants
... the pollen vectors for small-flowered species. Some loranths have bisexual flowers, whereas others are dioecious or monoecious with unisexual flowers. Loranthaceae are unique among angiosperms in having an "aggressive" ... effected by insects and wind, and the flowers in this family are very small. The monoecious or dioecious plants bear unisexual flowers on spikes or cymes (Figure 51) (Figure 52) ...
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Cucurbits
... arranged on the stem. Spring-like tendrils. Male (staminate) and female (pistillate) flowers ( unisexual flowers) on a single plant (monoecious). Flowers with five fused petals and five stamens (male) or an inferior ovary ( ... why they never form a fruit. Several weeks later the pistillate (female) flowers will form, and enough male flowers will be present so that the pollen can be transferred by a ...
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Spadix
Spadix SpadixThe spadix is a massive fleshy spike, bearing small (usually unisexual) flowers. It is protected by a large enveloping bract, sometimes green, more usually petaliod, known as the spathe. The spathe and the upper part of the spadix may attract insects. Credit: http://130.17.2.215/myscans.html Go to catkin Return to main menu racemose inflorescence
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