Definition of Tubulose. Meaning of Tubulose. Synonyms of Tubulose

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Tubulose. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Tubulose and, of course, Tubulose synonyms and on the right images related to the word Tubulose.

Definition of Tubulose

Tubulose
Tubulose Tu"bu*lose`, Tubulous Tu"bu*lous, a. [Cf. F. tubuleux. See Tubule.] 1. Resembling, or in the form of, a tube; longitudinally hollow; specifically (Bot.), having a hollow cylindrical corolla, often expanded or toothed at the border; as, a tubulose flower. 2. Containing, or consisting of, small tubes; specifically (Bot.), composed wholly of tubulous florets; as, a tubulous compound flower. Tubulous boiler, a steam boiler composed chiefly of tubes containing water and surrounded by flame and hot gases; -- sometimes distinguished from tubular boiler.

Meaning of Tubulose from wikipedia

- part, slightly ventricose for around a third of their height, and wholly tubulose in the upper part. Aerial pitchers may be up to 15 cm high and 3 cm wide...
- lid ranges in colour from orange to red, and bears fine red streaks. The tubulose to narrowly infundibular upper pitchers are similar in size to their terrestrial...
- the inner surface. The peristome ranges in colour from green to red. The tubulose upper pitchers are considerably larger than their terrestrial counterparts...
- wide curve. They are narrowly infundibular in shape, sometimes becoming tubulose towards the mouth. Aerial pitchers are up to 26 cm high by 7 cm wide. The...
- lid ranges in colour from orange to red, and bears fine red streaks. The tubulose to narrowly infundibular upper pitchers are similar in size to their terrestrial...
- pedicels – with five short, equal, acute teeth; corolla zygomorphic, 6–13 mm, tubulose to funnel-shaped, violet, blue or yellow, with or without violet stripes...
- surface. The peristome and lid range in colour from orange to red. The tubulose upper pitchers are similar in size to their terrestrial counterparts, measuring...
- the lowermost parts, slightly ovoid up to the hip, and cylindrical or tubulose above. Upper pitchers are produced on shorter tendrils, but are larger...
- slightly narrowed towards the mouth infundibuliform in the lower half, tubulose in the upper half Colour of pitchers usually dark brownish purple to almost...
Loading...