Definition of Nectaries. Meaning of Nectaries. Synonyms of Nectaries

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Definition of Nectaries

Nectaries
Nectary Nec"ta*ry, n.; pl. Nectaries. [From Nectar: cf. F. nectaire.] (Bot.) That part of a blossom which secretes nectar, usually the base of the corolla or petals; also, the spur of such flowers as the larkspur and columbine, whether nectariferous or not. See the Illustration of Nasturtium.

Meaning of Nectaries from wikipedia

- glands called nectaries or nectarines, either within the flowers with which it attracts pollinating animals, or by extrafloral nectaries, which provide...
- exhibit nectaries consisting of densely arranged multicellular hairs resembling trichomes. In most of Malvaceae s.l., these trichomatous nectaries are located...
- roots, which help keep the nest together. Philodendrons have extrafloral nectaries, glands that secrete nectar to attract the ants. The philodendron, in...
- nectaries at the base of the tepals (perigonal nectaries) or stamen filaments (Colchi****, Androcymbium) most taxa but the absence of septal nectaries...
- plants that have extrafloral nectaries but no other specialized structures for the ants. These non-exclusive nectaries allow a variety of animal species...
- must be some specialized moth to feed from it: [A. sesquipetale has] nectaries 11 and a half inches long [29 cm], with only the lower inch and a half...
- extrafloral nectaries that many myrmecophytes and other angiosperms sport on leaves, bracts, stems, and fruits. Nutritionally, extrafloral nectaries are similar...
- honey stomachs was Dekkera intermedia and in flower nectaries, Candida blankii. Yeast colonising nectaries of the stinking ****ebore have been found to raise...
- it collects in the nectaries right before secretion, then declines quickly after the secretion. The nectar secretion from nectaries and food bodies on...
- common and important structural adaptations of ant plants are extrafloral nectaries, domatia, and (least commonly) Beltian bodies. Plant domatia are formed...
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