Definition of Synangia. Meaning of Synangia. Synonyms of Synangia

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Definition of Synangia

Synangia
Synangium Syn*an"gi*um, n.; pl. Synangia. [NL., fr. Gr. ? + ? a hollow vessel.] (Anat.) The divided part beyond the pylangium in the aortic trunk of the amphibian heart. -- Syn*an"gi*al, a.

Meaning of Synangia from wikipedia

- A sporangium (pl., sporangia) (modern Latin, from Gr**** σπόρος (sporos) ‘spore’ + αγγείον (angeion) ‘vessel’) is an enclosure in which spores are formed...
- these enations there are synangia formed by the fusion of three sporangia and which produce the spores. When mature, the synangia release yellow to whitish...
- radially symmetrical synangia, with each pollen-sac having a longitudinal dehisence structure. Like the ovules, the synangia were attached to the underside...
- of Marattia and Eupodium, and synangia are deeply cut. The name of the genus derives from the resemblance of the synangia to pearl barley. The king fern...
- because of its reticulate venation, palmately arranged leaves and radial synangia. Christensenia produces enormous amounts of spores, up to 7,000 spores...
- sporangia that formed regular clusters (synangia). The stratigraphically older lyginopteridaleans had trusses of synangia borne on slender axes, which were...
- to the South Pacific islands. Species of smaller stature with elongate synangia and creeping rhizomes are sometimes segregated into the genus Archangiopteris...
- presence of distinct sutures at the point of leaflet attachment, deeply cut synangia, and the absence of labiate sporangial apertures. The name Ptisana is derived...
- time (occasionally two), bearing awns along veins, and having stalked synangia, and one recent molecular phylogenetic study supported the recognition...
- rhizomes and fronds being 2-5 times pinnate. Sporangia are fused into synangia, and spores are monolete. Basal chromosome count is 2n=80. The type species...
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