Definition of Bracteole. Meaning of Bracteole. Synonyms of Bracteole

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Definition of Bracteole

Bracteole
Bracteole Brac"te*ole, n. [L. bracteola, dim. of bractea. See Bractea.] (Bot.) Same as Bractlet.

Meaning of Bracteole from wikipedia

- flower, is a modification of bracteoles In other words, the epicalyx is a group of bracts resembling a calyx or bracteoles forming a whorl outer to the...
- flower is depicted, the axis is not present and therefore cannot be shown. Bracteoles, if they are present, are usually drawn on the sides of the diagram. Not...
- dark cycle, i.e. the plant needs sufficient prolonged darkness for bract/bracteole (flowering) to begin. Some Indica varieties require as little as 8 hours...
- cylindrical, succulent, fibrous stem that is hollow with grooves and bracteoles when mature. There are approximately 75 species in the genus, 10 of which...
- Euphorbia (Euphorbiaceae). A cyathium consists of: Five (rarely four) bracteoles. These are small, united bracts, which form a cup-like involucre. Their...
- genome comparisons. Crocus sativus has a corm, which holds leaves, bracts, bracteole, and the flowering stalk. These are protected by the corm underground...
- of morphological charactestics namely the appearance of a two-keeled bracteole and its positioning. Despite this, the floral structure is still commonly...
- to 3 m high. Their compound umbels of small flowers are adorned with bracteoles that are sometimes large and may play a role in attracting pollinators...
- bracteolata is derived from Latin (bracteolatus = with bracteoles) and refers to the persistent bracteoles of the inflorescence. S. bracteolata is an emergent...
- the growing season. Its floral axes, or flower-bearing structures, bear bracteoles, or specialised leaves, that sprout from the flower stems; the latter...
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