Definition of Acrocarpous. Meaning of Acrocarpous. Synonyms of Acrocarpous

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Definition of Acrocarpous

Acrocarpous
Acrocarpous Ac`ro*car"pous, a. [Gr. ? extreme, highest + ? fruit.] (Bot.) (a) Having a terminal fructification; having the fruit at the end of the stalk. (b) Having the fruit stalks at the end of a leafy stem, as in certain mosses.

Meaning of Acrocarpous from wikipedia

- operculum or teeth. The Bryopsida can be simplified into three groups: the acrocarpous (pinnate), the pleurocarpous (side-fruited), and the cladocarpous (branching)...
- Dawsonia is a genus of acrocarpous mosses. Dawsonia, along with other members of the order Polytrichales, are taller than most mosses and have thicker...
- reincarnate, reincarnation carp- fruit Gr**** καρπός (karpós) acarpous, acrocarpous, amphicarpous, angiocarpous, anisocarpic, Carpo, carpogonium, carpology...
- the pellucid four-tooth moss, is one of two species of moss in the acrocarpous genus Tetraphis. Its name refers to its four large peristome teeth found...
- of rock mosses described as a genus in 1801. They are small, delicate acrocarpous mosses (meaning that the capsules are formed at the tips of vertical...
- (1730-1799), the founder of modern bryology. They are a medium to large size acrocarpous moss with irregular branching. A midrib is not normally present in the...
- or to the side of an axillary bud; also known as supernumerary bud. Acrocarpousproduced at the end of a branch. Acutangular – a stem that has several...
- reincarnate, reincarnation carp- fruit Gr**** καρπός (karpós) acarpous, acrocarpous, amphicarpous, angiocarpous, anisocarpic, Carpo, carpogonium, carpology...
- Schäfer-Verwimp; Lars Hedenäs; Michael S. Ignatov; Alexander R. Schmidt (2014). "An acrocarpous moss in Cretaceous amber from Myanmar". Cretaceous Research. 51: 260–265...
- their sporangia are arthrodontous, diplolepidous, and opposite. They are acrocarpous, producing their archegonia at the upper tips of the stem, and hence...
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