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The gynoecium is a term with several meanings in botanical usage. In reference to mosses, liverworts and hornworts, "gynoecium" refers to a cluster of archegonia and any associated modified leaves or stems present on a...
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A gynoecium is the female reproductive part of a flower. The male counterpart is called an androecium. A gynoecium is composed of one or more pistils. A pistil may consist of a single free carpel, or be formed from a number...
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Definition of gynoecium from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.
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Information about gynoecium in the free online English ... gynoecium (g-ns-m, j ... gynoecium - a female gametoecium. gametoecium - gametangia and ...
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Dictionary. gynoecium - carpels collectively: the carpels of a plant considered together ... Gynoecium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ...
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gynoecium. ... A gynoecium is composed of one or more pistils. A pistil may consist of a single free carpel, in which case the gynoecium is termed monocarpous. ...
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Pronunciation of gynoecium. gynoecium synonyms. gynoecium usage examples and gynoecium quotes. ... 10th, 2009, from www.yourdictionary.com/gynoecium. Comments: ...
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Definitions of the important terms you need to know about in order to understand Plant Structures, including ... Gynoecium - The innermost flower ...
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b. syncarpous gynoecium - syncarpy (connation or fusion of carpels) is marked by ... d. multicarpellate gynoecium - this term denotes either a compound pistil or ...
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Collectively, the carpels form the gynoecium which is sometimes referred to as ... may be used to determine the number of carpels which form a fused gynoecium. ...
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about by continuous increase in gynoecium length from anthesis to self ... gynoecium length was because of an increase in the length of the style from ...
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Gynoecium. The gynoecium consists of the stigma, style, and ovary containing one or more ... Lilium gynoecium. ... Angiosperm/Lilium/Gynoecium/Embryo_Sac/8 ...
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The Arabidopsis gynoecium initiates development as a continuous ring of tissue ... Within the gynoecium, CRC is localized to two domains, the carpel outer ...
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TOUSLED participates in apical tissue formation during gynoecium development in Arabidopsis. ... Arabidopsis gynoecium structure in the wild and in ettin ...
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The Gynoecium of Magnolia is composed of many small simple Carpels. ... This is an Accessory Fruit because the Receptacle is not part of the Gynoecium. ...
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Comparative morphology of the gynoecium in the neotropical tribe Geonomeae ... The gynoecium of Geonoma shows three free carpels in early stages of development ...
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... AS GYNOECIUM FORMS ... and a portion between the gynoecium and the bud where the sepals ... The attempt to fit a gynoecium form is very sensitive to the ...
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