- be edible. The fruits, which
and largely enclosed
by the accrescent
calyces, can reach
and have a taste described
is the inflated, papery calyx enclosing
each berry. The calyx
is accrescent until
grown; at first, it is of normal
size, but after...
- lobes, with the lobes shorter
than the tube, it is persistent
and often accrescent
. The corolla usually
has five petals
that are also joined together
- crematory, incremate
creō cre- creāv- creāt- make accresce, accrescence, accrescent
, accrete, accretion, accretionary, accretive, accruable, accrual, accrue...
- κρηπίδωμα crepidoma
cresc- grow, rise Latin crescere
accresce, accrescence, accrescent
, accrete, accretion, accrue, concrete, crescendo, crescent, crew, decrease...
- colour-change of flower. Brunfelsia
australis : ripening
seed capsule, showing accrescent
uniflora : mid-shot of plant
in flower. Brunfelsia
- in bundles
in the leaf axils. Perianth
pinkish, 4–5 mm, hardening
in fruit. Nut glossy, included
in the perianth. Irano-Turanian Region...
- Inflorescence usually
terminal. Sepals usually
colored, usually accrescent
red to yellow, pink, or white. Corolla
tube 5-lobed, the lobes...
- or lobed; sometimes subtended
by a small
or lobed, non accrescent
in the fruit. Androgynous inflorescences usually
with female flowers
- short, recurved, and bearing
two bractlets. Calyx: Usually
four-lobed, accrescent under
the fruit. Corolla: Greenish yellow
white, tubular, four-lobed;...