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Definition of Gynobasic

Gynobasic
Gynobasic Gyn"o*ba`sic, a. (Bot.) Pertaining to, or having, a gynobase.

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- Archive. ISBN 0-521-43832-2. Retrieved 8 February 2014. Stigma shape and size - English labels Terminal versus gynobasic style Images Gynobasic Diagram...
- stamens which are didynamous and epipetalis. The ovary is 4 lobed with a gynobasic style with acute apices. Under the ovary appears to be a nectiferous gland...
- apex. Lateralarising from the side of the ovary lower than subapical. Gynobasicarising from the base of the ovary. OvaryOvulesPistil – Acephalous...
- formation of septum, axile placentation, 1 ovule in each chamber; style gynobasic, long; stigma bifid subulate, upper lobe minute or obsolete. Fruit The...
- and corona absent. Spathe formed from 1–2 bracts. Style more or less gynobasic. Ovary usually has two ovules per locule, side by side. Floral symmetry...
- and corona absent. Spathe formed from 2–5 bracts. Style more or less gynobasic. Ovary usually has two ovules per locule. One genus and over 500 species...
- morphology of Floerkea noting that, among other things, the herbaceous habit, gynobasic style, unusual type of tetrasporic embryo sac and basal parietal placentation...
- among others, conifers, Ginkgo, Gnetum and cycads. Compare angiosperm. gynobasic Of a style, arising near the base of the gynoecium, e.g. between the lobes...
- and corona absent. Spathe formed from 1–2 bracts. Style more or less gynobasic. Ovary usually has two ovules per locule, side by side. There are 2–3...
- or nearly separate; 2-15, or up to 25 in Medusagyne. Style apical or gynobasic. Fruit sometimes winged; rarely a nut or drupe, often berry-like; usually...
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