Definition of Campanulate. Meaning of Campanulate. Synonyms of Campanulate

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Definition of Campanulate

Campanulate
Campanulate Cam*pan"u*late, a. (Bot.) Bell-shaped.

Meaning of Campanulate from wikipedia

- layer that provides partially undifferentiated cells for plant growth. campanulate Bell-shaped. camptodromous Pinnate venation in which the secondary veins...
- trunk is pachycaul, and typically short and fat. It produces large, campanulate, yellow flowers. The species was formally known as: Pachypodium rosulatum...
- along the branch and sometimes on the trunk itself. Calyx: Dark red, campanulate, oblique, five-toothed, imbricate in bud. Corolla: Papilionaceous, petals...
- tropicalis. Cap: 1.5 – 4 cm across, dry, at first hemispheric, expanding to campanulate to convex, with an incurved margin when young. Young caps start out light...
- A bell barrow, sometimes referred to as a Wes**** type barrow, campanulate form barrow, or a bermed barrow, is a type of tumulus identified as such by...
- appreciated for its very showy reddish-orange or crimson (rarely yellow), campanulate flowers. The generic name comes from the Ancient Gr**** words σπαθη (spathe)...
- (1–4 in) long in lax, with two to four flower racemes. The calyx is campanulate and shallowly two-lipped. Pods are slender, falcate or straight, and...
- long. The flowers have no pedicels (sessile) and the calyx is tubular-campanulate in shape, being slightly curved and 1.2 cm long. The calyx is glabrous...
- star) and have more than six petals, while in Jovibarba, the flowers are campanulate (bell-shaped) and are pale green-yellow with six petals. After flowering...
- dehiscence; seeds without distinct tails Pseudovireya: Scales entire; corolla campanulate; stamens 10, exserted, staminal filaments glabrous proximally and distally...
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