Definition of Resupinated. Meaning of Resupinated. Synonyms of Resupinated

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Definition of Resupinated

Resupinated
Resupinated Re*su"pi*na`ted, a. Resupinate.

Meaning of Resupinated from wikipedia

- "resupine" which means "being upside-down, supine or facing upward". The word "resupinate" is generally only used in a botanical context - in everyday language...
- Among these are: bilateral symmetry of the flower (zygomorphism), many resupinate flowers, a nearly always highly modified petal (labellum), fused stamens...
- are sometimes described as "odontioid" (tooth-like). Species that form resupinate (effused) fruiting bodies are also considered part of the corticioid fungi...
- for only a single season. Between one and a large number of resupinate or non-resupinate flowers are arranged along an unbranched flowering stem and may...
- crowded pseudobulbs, three or four large, pleated leaves and up to forty resupinate, pink to purple flowers. It is found from tropical and subtropical Asia...
- Treasure". In New Zealand, it is known as hakeke by Māori. Fruit body resupinate or pileate, loosely attached, laterally and sometimes by a very short...
- reaching 1.5 meters in height. The leaves are alternately arranged and resupinate, twisted on the petioles so that the undersides face up. The leaves are...
- a loose rosette of green to maroon coloured leaves. Small resupinate or partly resupinate, dull coloured flowers are borne on a hairy flowering stem...
- summit, summitry, summity, supreme, supremity, supremum supīnus supin- resupinate, resupination, resupine, supinate, supination, supinator, supine, supinity...
- herbs with crowded pseudobulbs, a small number of leaves and medium-sized resupinate flowers on an upright flowering stem. The sepals and petals are all similar...
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