Definition of Hysteranthous. Meaning of Hysteranthous. Synonyms of Hysteranthous

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Definition of Hysteranthous

Hysteranthous
Hysteranthous Hys`ter*an"thous, a. [Gr. ? after + ? flower.] (Bot.) Having the leaves expand after the flowers have opened. --Henslow.

Meaning of Hysteranthous from wikipedia

- crustose lichens, connecting the island-like areoles into a single lichen. hysteranthous A type of growth in which new leaves appear after flowering. Also spelled...
- 12 in), in diameter, which either expand after the flowers have opened ("hysteranthous") or do so simultaneously with their blooming ("synanthous"). C. sativus...
- elegans, N. serotinus, N. viridiflorus). By contrast these species are hysteranthous (leaves appear after flowering). Flower longevity varies by species...
- usually curved. Woolly With long, soft and tortuous or matted hairs. Hysteranthous Developing after the flowers Synanthous Developing at the same time...
- Flowers in capitula, with yellow, ligulate florets, flowering May–June (hysteranthous, flowers appearing after leaf development). Fruit a pappose achene....
- fully developed when the flowers appear (i.e. they are more or less hysteranthous). The flowers are borne in an umbel on a stem (scape) which is 40–60 cm...
- are 30–90 cm (12"–36") long and 2.5–5 cm (1"–2") wide. The leaves are hysteranthous (develop after flowering), sessile, rarely persistent and subpetiolate...
- terrestrial in habitat. Leaves linear or lorate, annual, sometimes hysteranthous. The term was originally used by the Müller-Doblies' in 1996 as a monotypic...
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