10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ANTHOCARP»
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Flowering Plants · Dicotyledons: Magnoliid, Hamamelid and ...
Indumentum stellate: anthocarp mostly absent 30 - Indumentum not stellate or
absent: anthocarp present, oceasionally absent 2 2. Flowers mostly unisexual,
sometimes with rudimentary organs of the other sex 24 - All flowers bisexual 3 3.
Klaus Kubitzki, Jens G. Rohwer, Volker Bittrich, 1993
An Excursion Flora of Central Tamilnadu, India
Anthocarp < 2.5 mm across, swelling in water. Wild 4 Anthocarp 10-ribbed, > 7
mm long, with wart-like appendage* Flowering pedicel > (1)1.5 an long .. ..
Commlearpus 4 Anthocarp 5-ribbed, < 3 mm long, without wart-like appendages.
Vegetation and Flora of the Sonoran Desert
Beak of the anthocarp scarcely evident, not strongly indurated; body of anthocarp
not strongly rugose-reticulate: Wings of fruit wide, entire, rounded above and but
little narrowed below into body of anthocarp; whole fruit broadly cordate in ...
Forrest Shreve, Ira Loren Wiggins, 1964
Flora of the Charleston Mountains, Clark County, Nevada
Involucral bracts 5-15, distinct, conspicuous, in a whorl at the base of a many-
flowered cluster; perianth salverform, colored, corollalike; stigma linear;
anthocarp turbinate or biturbinate, deeply 2- to 5-lobed or -winged, reticulate,
enclosing a ...
Flora of the Galápagos Islands
Flowers with a calyx-like involucre Mirabilis Flowers with small bracts, not calyx-
like: Plants herbs, sometimes somewhat lignescent at or near base: Anthocarp 5-
sulcate or 5-angled in cross section; perianth about 2 mm long Boerhaavia ...
Ira Loren Wiggins, Duncan M. Porter, Edward F. Anderson, 1971
Illustrated Flora of the Pacific States, Washington, Oregon, ...
Anthocarp obovoid or obpyramidal, costate, angu- late or winged. Embryo curved
; cotyledons enclosing the endosperm. [Name in honor of H. Boerhaave, Dutch
botanist.] A genus of some 30 species found in the tropics and warm temperate ...
Le Roy Abrams, Roxana Stinchfield Ferris, 1923
Flowering Plants. Monocotyledons: Alismatanae and ...
Fruit a 1 -seeded nutlet, enclosed by the persistent and hardened base of the
perianth tube (anthocarp) 3 - Fruit a 3-locular, many-seeded capsule, not
enclosed by the base of a persistent or modified perianth tube 4 3. Anthocarp
wall toothed ...
Klaus Kubitzki, H. Huber, 1998
Perianth petaloid, tubular, with a short, 5-lobed limb ; lower part of tube persistent
and concrescent with the fruit to form an achene-like anthocarp. Stamens usually
3-5. Ovary superior, 1 -celled, containing a single ovule. Various cultivars and ...
Flowering Plants: Pokeweeds, Four-o'clocks, Carpetweeds, ...
... glandular-pubescent; calyx 5-lobed, pink, to 10 mm long, sparsely pilose;
stamens 3–5, usually slightly exserted; anthocarp obovoid, 4–5 mm long,
pubescent, rugose, 5-ribbed, deep olive; seed obovoid, 2.5– 3.0 mm long, pale
Robert H. Mohlenbrock, 2001
A Flora of Northeastern Minnesota
capitate; anthocarp 5- ribbed. In each species fascicles of calcium oxalate
crystals appear as white spindle-shaped bodies, conspicuous and abundant in
the involucral bracts, readily seen under a binocular microscope. Plants glabrous
, or ...