Definition of Stylopodium. Meaning of Stylopodium. Synonyms of Stylopodium

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Definition of Stylopodium

Stylopodium
Stylopodium Sty`lo*po"di*um, n.; pl. Stylopodia. [NL. See Style, and Podium.] (Bot.) An expansion at the base of the style, as in umbelliferous plants.

Meaning of Stylopodium from wikipedia

- skeleton. The proximal half of the limb proper has one long bone, the stylopodium (plural: stylopodia), which may be the humerus of the upper arm (proximal...
- styles with an enlarged base forming a swelling at the apex of the ovary (stylopodium). The main stem meets the roots in a single primary taproot which can...
- pedicels 3–5 mm. Calyx teeth obsolete or minute. Stylopodium conic; styles 3–4 times longer than stylopodium. Fruit ovoid, 1.5–3 × 1–2 mm; lateral ribs slightly...
- divided leaves, a lack of sti****s, the compound umbels, the presence of a stylopodium, and fruit with a membranous endocarp and vittae. It was named by Linnaeus...
- a round stigma at the tip and a small swelling at the base called a stylopodium. The floral tube also contains five stamens with yellow tips, attached...
- foremost phalanx on the ground. In even-toed ungulates, the bones of the stylopodium (upper arm or thigh bone) and zygopodiums (tibia and fibula) are usually...
- present) two styles, with an enlarged base forming a structure called a stylopodium. The cylindrical fruits are 4–6 mm long, with styles measuring 2 mm in...
- style; a false style, e.g. commonly found in the Poaceae and Asteraceae. stylopodium A swelling on top of the ovary, at the base of the styles commonly found...
- two carpels fused together. The ovary is glabrous (hairless) and the stylopodium (at the base of the styles) is almost always green. The fruit is composed...
- hind limbs that is longer than the stylopodium. In aquatic reptile species, a shorter zeugopodium and longer stylopodium are characteristic in fins. Both...