Definition of Syncarpous. Meaning of Syncarpous. Synonyms of Syncarpous

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Definition of Syncarpous

Syncarpous
Syncarpous Syn*car"pous, a. [Pref. syn- + Gr. ? a fruit.] (Bot.) Composed of several carpels consolidated into one ovary.

Meaning of Syncarpous from wikipedia

- is syncarpous. A syncarpous gynoecium can sometimes appear very much like a monocarpous gynoecium. The degree of connation ("fusion") in a syncarpous gynoecium...
- having one or more separate carpels, and they are the simplest fruits. Syncarpous fruits develop from a single gynoecium having two or more carpels fused...
- types include: Basal: The placenta is found in mono to multi carpellary, syncarpous ovary. Usually a single ovule is attached at the base (bottom). E.g.:...
- characterised by alternate, usually pinnate leaves without sti****s, and by syncarpous, apparently bi****ual (but actually mostly cryptically uni****ual) flowers...
- packed with cells throughout). Most syncarpous monocots and some eudicots have open styles, while many syncarpous eudicots and gr****es have closed (solid)...
- respect however, the Pittosporaceae is notably distinct from them. Typical syncarpous gynoecia exhibit four vertical zones, determined by the extent of fusion...
- five epipetalous stamens (stamens fused to the petals), and a two-part syncarpous and superior gynoecium. The stems of these plants are usually winding...
- open in other ways, as through pores or because a cap falls off. The syncarpous ovary of this melon is made up of four carpels, and has one locule. In...
- connivent, cells divericate, ultimately confluent. Gynoecium- Carples 2, syncarpous, ovary superior, 2 celled but at maturity four celled due to the formation...
- Monocotyledonous anther wall formation* Successive microsporogenesis Syncarpous gynoecium Parietal placentation Monocotyledonous seedling Persistent radicle...
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