Definition of Pistillate. Meaning of Pistillate. Synonyms of Pistillate

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Definition of Pistillate

Pistillate
Pistillate Pis"til*late, a. (Bot.) Having a pistil or pistils; -- usually said of flowers having pistils but no stamens.

Meaning of Pistillate from wikipedia

- the androecium. Flowers that bear a gynoecium but no stamens are called pistillate or carpellate. Flowers lacking a gynoecium are called staminate. The gynoecium...
- other species produce two different head types: staminate (all-male), or pistillate (all-female). In a few unusual species, the "head" will consist of one...
- Having interlocked hairs to the extent of being matted. female flower See pistillate flower. fenestrate Having translucent or transparent areas that let light...
- can be distinguished by its pistillate bracts which are hirsute and lack glands (vs. Acalypha gracilens, which has pistillate bracts that are sp****ly pubescent...
- staminate and pistillate flowers. Inflorescences are often in the form of a spike or raceme made up mostly of staminate flowers with some pistillate clusters...
- Maize is monoecious since both pistillate (female) and stamenate (male) flowers occur on the same plant. The pistillate flowers are present on the ears...
- flowers of the same colour as the sepals, and both pistillate and perfect forms occur. Pistillate flowers are generally located at the proximal end of...
- (male) heads situated above the pistillate (female) heads in the inflorescence. The pistillate heads consist of two pistillate flowers surrounded by a spiny...
- bipinnate leaves and flowers arranged in groups of three, with a central pistillate and two staminate flowers. Subfamily Calamoideae includes the climbing...
- predominantly dioecious, having imperfect flowers, with staminate "male" and pistillate "female" flowers occurring on separate plants. "At a very early period...