Definition of Locular. Meaning of Locular. Synonyms of Locular

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Definition of Locular

Locular
Locular Loc"u*lar, a. [L. locularis.] (Bot.) Of or relating to the cell or compartment of an ovary, etc.; in composition, having cells; as trilocular. --Gray.

Meaning of Locular from wikipedia

- the ovary, fruits can be cl****ified as uni-locular (unilocular), bi-locular, tri-locular or multi-locular. The number of locules present in a gynoecium...
- the ovary, fruits can be cl****ified as uni-locular (unilocular), bi-locular, tri-locular or multi-locular. Some plants have septa between the carpels;...
- in the ovary, fruit can be cl****ified as uni-locular (unilocular), bi-locular, tri-locular or multi-locular. The number of locules present in a gynoecium...
- with 2-locular anthers. There are usually 3-4 stigmas attached to a single pistil per flower, which is 1 or 3-4 carpellate. The ovary is 1 locular, and...
- purple or violet blooms, but white or yellow also occur. The ovary is 3-locular and the seeds are brown, pellet-like, circular grains. Kew World Checklist...
- walls. The fruit contains hollow spaces full of seeds and moisture, called locular cavities. These vary, among cultivated species, according to type. Some...
- work Enekbatus, a new Western Australian genus of Myrtaceae with a multi-locular indehiscent fruit. as published in the journal Nuytsia "Enekbatus clavifolius"...
- work Enekbatus, a new Western Australian genus of Myrtaceae with a multi-locular indehiscent fruit. as published in the journal Nuytsia "Enekbatus cryptandroides"...
- Azoychka is a yellow Russian beefsteak heirloom tomato. The regular multi-locular structure distinguishes it from brandywine types. "Azoychka Tomato Information:...
- usually open and angular. The gynoecium is bicarpelar (rarely three- or five-locular) with a superior ovary and two locules, which may be secondarily divided...
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