Floral Morphology

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leaf-like structure outside petalsFlower parts
term used to describe the entire 4th whorlFlower parts
modified leaf that surrounds reproductive structures Flower parts
term used to describe the entire 3rd whorlFlower parts
petals + sepals, or corolla + calyx, what is around the anthersFlower parts
structure indistinguishable between sepal and petalFlower parts
male reproductive structureFlower parts
stalk supporting male reproductive structureFlower parts
pollen / microsporangia-bearing part of male reproductive struFlower parts
collective name for male reproductive structuresFlower parts
female reproductive structureFlower parts
collective name for female reproductive structuresFlower parts
ovule- and seed-producing female organFlower parts
where pollen is deposited; tip of pistilFlower parts
stalk of the pistilFlower parts
contains placenta and ovulesFlower parts
ring of floral components; there are four totalFlower parts
structure that produces nectarFlower parts
DescriptionCategory
adjective describing the number of component parts in each whorl of a plant structureFlower parts
modified stem where floral parts attachassociated vegetative structures
stem that attaches flower to main stemassociated vegetative structures
modified leaf associated with individual flowers or inflorescencesassociated vegetative structures
adjective describing flower that contains all 4 whorlsfloral condition
adjective describing flower that has any whorl(s) missingfloral condition
adjective describing flower that has both male and female sexual parts floral condition
adjective describing flower that has only one sexual structurefloral condition
imperfect flower with only female partsfloral condition
imperfect flower with only male partsfloral condition
another adjective to descrive perfect flowersfloral condition
separate male and female flowers on same plant floral condition
male and female flowers on different plantsfloral condition
symmetry where whorl elements are roughly symmetrical and occur at regular intervals; ancestralfloral symmetry
adjective for radial symmetryfloral symmetry
symmetry where one plane will divide flower into roughly mirror halves, derivedfloral symmetry
adjective for bilateral symmetryfloral symmetry
twisted or other non-arrangementfloral symmetry
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haploid male gametophytepollen terms
outer surface of pollen with unique architecturepollen terms
furrowed aperture in pollen grainpollen terms
hole-like aperture in pollen grainpollen terms
adj. for pollen with one colpuspollen terms
adj. for pollen with one porepollen terms
adj for pollen with one aperture pollen terms
adj. for pollen with three colpipollen terms
adj. for pollen with three porespollen terms
adj. for pollen with combined colpus/pore aperturepollen terms
adj for pollen with three combined colpus/pore aperturespollen terms
floral features from same whorl are fusedfloral fusion
floral features from same whorl are separatefloral fusion
floral features from separate whorls are fusedfloral fusion
floral features from separate whorls are separatefloral fusion
pistil with one carpelfloral fusion
pistil with more than one carpel fused togetherfloral fusion
other adj. for pistil with one carpelfloral fusion
DescriptionCategory
other adj. for pistil with more than one carpel fused togetherfloral fusion
corolla with separate, distinct petalsfloral fusion
corolla with fused petalsfloral fusion
stamens fused to corollafloral fusion
stamens fused into single, often tubular structurefloral fusion
stamens fused into two structuresfloral fusion
stamens occurring in two pairs of different lengthfloral fusion
stamens occurring as a set of six filaments with two shorter onesfloral fusion
sepal, petal, stamens arise from under ovaryovary position
sepal, petal, stamens arise from above ovaryovary position
parts attach below ovaryfloral insertion
parts attach above ovaryfloral insertion
parts attach around ovary, involving hypanthiumfloral insertion
floral cup, consisting of the bases of the sepals, petals, and stamens fused togetherfloral insertion
outer barrier of ovaryovary terms
cavity within ovaryovary terms
seedovary terms
attaches ovule to ovaryovary terms
DescriptionCategory
wall inside ovary that divides it into separate sectionsovary terms
one elongated placenta on one side of the ovaryovary placentation
radial spokes separate placentas into separate loculesovary placentation
placentas are in ovary wall in non-sectioned ovaryovary placentation
placentas are in central column within non-sectioned ovaryovary placentation
structure that grows to transport male gametophytes from stigma to ovaryangiosperm life cycle
precursor tissue for leaves, stem, rootsangiosperm life cycle
fertilized polar nuclei; nutrition for developing plantangiosperm life cycle
haploid plant phase that produces gametesangiosperm life cycle
diploid plant phase with roots, stems, etcangiosperm life cycle
flower attached to stem with pedicelfloral attachment
flower attached to stem without pedicelfloral attachment
stamen-like structure that doesn't produce pollen but can be attactive or secrete nectarfloral etc
floral parts extend beyond end of corolla tubefloral etc
floral parts are contained within corolla tubefloral etc
3-merousmonocot or eudicot? (answers are in the form of 'moncot 1', 'monocot 2', etc.
4-5-merousmonocot or eudicot? (answers are in the form of 'moncot 1', 'monocot 2', etc.
net-veinedmonocot or eudicot? (answers are in the form of 'moncot 1', 'monocot 2', etc.
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parallel veinesmonocot or eudicot? (answers are in the form of 'moncot 1', 'monocot 2', etc.
vascular bundles in ringsmonocot or eudicot? (answers are in the form of 'moncot 1', 'monocot 2', etc.
vascular bundles diffusemonocot or eudicot? (answers are in the form of 'moncot 1', 'monocot 2', etc.
group of flowersinflorescence terminology
stalk of an entire inflorescenceinflorescence terminology
collection of bracts at base of an inflorescenceinflorescence terminology
inflorescence starts with one flower at the top, meristem can make more flowers belowinflorescence terminology
shoot apical meristem keeps making more flowersinflorescence terminology
kind of determinate inflorescence where younger inflorescences grow underneath on main steminflorescence terminology
kind of determinate inflorescence where younger inflorescences grow underneath on the same side / at same angleinflorescence terminology
unbranched, indeterminate with pedicellate flowers on axisinflorescence terminology
unbranched, indeterminate with sessile flowersinflorescence terminology
compound racemeinflorescence terminology
pedicels equal in length, spread from a single pointinflorescence terminology
multiple flowers grouped together to form one structureinflorescence terminology
unbranched inflorescence with a flat top because outer pedicels are longer than inner onesinflorescence terminology
drooping spike or racemeinflorescence terminology
long internode forms basal part of or whole peduncle; no other flowers, leaves or branches below main inflorescenceinflorescence terminology

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Created Feb 19, 2013ReportNominate
Tags:botanical, botany, Plants