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The genera of South African plants: arranged according to ...
Corolla glabrous; vexillum stipitate, obovate deeply notched, its sides reflexed;
alre obtuse, subfalcatc; carina dipetalous straightish. Stamens 9—l. Style filiform,
smooth; stigma capitate or sub-simple. Legume subventricose, obliquely ovate, ...
William Henry Harvey, 1838
Encyclopædia: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ...
I. Regular monopetalous, or having one petal. 2. Dipetalous. 3. Tripetalous. 4.
Tetrapetalous. 5. Pentapetalous. 6. Hexapetalous. 7. Polypetalous, or having
many petals. 8. Irregular monopetalous. 9. Irregttlar dipetalous. IO. Irregular
The corolla is said to be dipetalous, tripetalous, tetrape- talous, pentapetalous, &c
, &c, according as it is composed of two, three, four, five distinct petals. We have
already stated, that their number is generally equal to that of the divisions of the ...
Adrien de Jussieu, James Hewetson Wilson, 1849
A Practical Introduction to Botany
DIPETALOUS. A dipetalous corolla consists of two petals, as in enchanter's
nightshade . . . . . . 264 3. POLYPETALOUS. A polypetalous corolla consists of
many petals, each of which has usually a claw, or narrow part, by which it is fixed,
and a ...
Rev. William BINGLEY, John FROST (F.S.A.), 1831
Encyclopaedia perthensis, or, Universal dictionary of the ...
(.15.) Rivinus's method consists of 18 classes, which have for their basis the
perfection and disposition of the flowers, and regularity and number of the petals :
viz. 1. Regular monopetalous : a. Dipetalous: 3. Tripetalous: 4. Tetrapetalous : k.
The Botanical register: consisting of coloured figures of ...
... differs from that of the Leguminosœ, in having a dipetalous vexillum and
monopetalous carina, instead of a mono- petalous vexillum and dipetalous
carina as there. On mentioning the above circumstance to Mr. Brown, he pointed
out to us ...
The Cyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ...
Regular. Simple. Monopetalous. r. Dipetalous. 2. Tripetalous. 3 . Tetrapetalousu
4. Pentapetalous. 5. Hexapetalous. 6. Polypetalous. 7. Compound florets regular.
3. Regular and irregular. 9. Irn-gular. '0. Irregular. Monopetalous. H. Dipetalous.
The Botanical Register: Consisting of Coloured Figures of ...
In the corolla of POLYGALA the papilionaceous type differs from that of the
Leguminosce, in having a dipetalous vexillum and monopetalous carina, instead
of a mono- petaloiis vexillum and dipetalous carina as there. On mentioning the ...
Sydenham Teast Edwards, John Lindley, 1822
The Elements of Botany ...: Being a Translation of the ...
4. - Diffbrmes. Monopetalous, comp, dtffbrm or irregular. 5. □ Uniformi-diffbrmes.
Monopetalous, comp, uniform and dissorm together. 6. Dipetali Unisormes.
Dipetalous, uniform or regular. 7. — Diffbrmes. Dipetalous, dissorm or irregular. 8
Hugh Rose, Carl von Linné, 1775
Elements of botany: or, outlines of the natural history of ...
2. corolla dipetala, dipetalous, or two-petalled; as in Commc- lina,J Circaea, and
others. 3. corolla tripetala, three-petalled; consisting of three distinct petals; as in
Sagittaria,§ Alisma, &c. 4. corolla tetrapelala, tetrapetalous, or four-petalled; ...
William Paul Crillon Barton, Benjamin Smith Barton, 1836