Definition of Polycarpic. Meaning of Polycarpic. Synonyms of Polycarpic

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Definition of Polycarpic

Polycarpic
Polycarpic Pol`y*car"pic, Polycarpous Pol`y*car"pous, a. [Poly- + Gr. ? fruit.] (Bot.) (a) Bearing fruit repeatedly, or year after year. (b) Having several pistils in one flower.

Meaning of Polycarpic from wikipedia

- Polycarpic plants are those that flower and set seeds many times before dying. A term of identical meaning is iteroparous. Monocarpic...
- terms with the same meaning are hapaxanth and semelparous. The antonym is polycarpic, a plant that flowers and sets seeds many times during its lifetime; the...
- die are termed monocarpic or semelparous. However, most perennials are polycarpic (or iteroparous), flowering over many seasons in their lifetime. Perennials...
- Heracleum persi****, commonly known as Persian hogweed or simply hogweed, is a polycarpic perennial herbaceous flowering plant in the carrot family Apiaceae, originally...
- rosettes of succulent fleshy, often brightly coloured leaves. Species are polycarpic, meaning that they may flower and set seed many times over the course...
- during its life. The term was first used by Frans R. Kjellman. Other terms with the same meaning are polycarpic and iteroparous. Its antonym is hapaxanth....
- species name sterneri is in reference to Rikard Sterner P. sterneri is a polycarpic, herbaceous plant.The numerous flowers are in raceme at the top of the...
- epicarp, exocarp, Karpos, mericarp, mesocarp, monocarpic, pericarp, polycarpic, procarp, pseudocarp carp- wrist Gr**** καρπός (karpós) carpal, carpal...
- Erysimum grandiflorum Desf. var. nervosum (Pomel) Batt.) is a short-lived, polycarpic perennial herb. It is found in many montane regions of North Africa, including...
- Erysimum aetnense is a short-lived, polycarpic perennial herb endemic and found exclusively on Mt. Etna, in Sicily, Italy. It grows from 1000 to 2000...
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