Definition of Dichlamydeous. Meaning of Dichlamydeous. Synonyms of Dichlamydeous

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Definition of Dichlamydeous

Dichlamydeous
Dichlamydeous Di`chla*myd"e*ous, a. [Gr. di- = di`s- twice + ?, ?, a cloak.] (Bot.) Having two coverings, a calyx and in corolla.

Meaning of Dichlamydeous from wikipedia

- In flowering plants, the perianth may be described as being either dichlamydeous/heterochlamydeous in which the calyx and corolla are clearly separate...
- York Botanical Garden 35: 148. 1982 G. Don A General History of the Dichlamydeous Plants 2: 451. 1832. G. Don Gen. Hist. 2: 451 1832 C****ia obliqua at...
- Triplo**** cochinchinensis, native to Indochina. The Plant List Don, George. 1838. A general history of the dichlamydeous plants 4: 107, 134 Tropicos...
- Jardin des plantes (1803). Don, George (1838). A general history of the dichlamydeous plants, comprising complete descriptions of the different orders. Volume...
- "Plantillustrations.org Epithet: stenophyllus,-a,-um". Retrieved 3 December 2018. Don, George (1834). A General History of the Dichlamydeous Plants. 3. p. 581....
- flower in regular opposite pairs. Compare monochasium and pleiochasium. dichlamydeous Having a perianth which is divided into a separate calyx and corolla...
- botanist George Don in 1832 as part of the work General History of Dichlamydeous Plants. It was recl****ified as Raco**** podalyriifolium by Leslie...
- an abbreviation of the alternative title: A General History of the Dichlamydeous Plants). He revised the first supplement to Loudon's Encyclopaedia of...
- perianth is either homochlamydeous (all tepals equal, e.g. Fritillaria) or dichlamydeous (two separate and different whorls, e.g. Calochortus) and may be united...
- cyme Flower - Large, bracteate, ebracteolate, pedicellate, complete, dichlamydeous, pentamerous, regular, actinomorphic, bi****ual, and hypogynous. Calyx...
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