Definition of Tetramerous. Meaning of Tetramerous. Synonyms of Tetramerous

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Definition of Tetramerous

Tetramerous
Tetramerous Te*tram"er*ous, a. [Tetra- + Gr. ? part.] 1. (Bot.) Having the parts arranged in sets of four; as, a tetramerous flower. 2. (Zo["o]l.) Having four joints in each of the tarsi; -- said of certain insects.

Meaning of Tetramerous from wikipedia

- that two consecutive whorls of dimerous petals are often mistaken for tetramerous petals. If all of the whorls in a given floral arrangement have the same...
- Tetramerous flower of Ludwigia octovalvis showing petals and sepals....
- suggests that the medusa form evolved after the polyps. Medusozoans have tetramerous symmetry, with parts in fours or multiples of four. The four major cl****es...
- Potamogeton and Paris quadrifolia (herb-paris) are examples of monocots with tetramerous flowers. Other plants exhibit a mixture of characteristics. Nymphaeaceae...
- the adult or ****ual phase), planula larva, polyp, medusa. Symmetry is tetramerous, with parts in fours or multiples of four. The mitochondrial DNA molecules...
- central, non-ornamental, pentamerous ones, and peripheral, ornamental, tetramerous ones. The latter have sterile pistils with fertile stamen. The four sepals...
- group D3. If not, then it belongs to the cyclic group C3. Eudicots with tetramerous or pentamerous petals may have rotational symmetry of order 4 or 5. Again...
- of each flower In threes (flowers are trimerous) In fours or fives (tetramerous or pentamerous) Number of furrows or pores in pollen One Three Number...
- respect to flowers, five parts in each whorl. See also trimerous and tetramerous. pepo A type of berry formed from an inferior ovary and containing many...
- gynoecium. The androecium is obdiplostemonous. Only a few genera are tetramerous (Francoa, Tetilla, Melianthus). In some genera some stamens (Pelargonium)...
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