10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «POLYSEPALOUS»
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Study Of Structural Morphological And Physiological Botany
210 POLYSEPALOUS CALYX. spreading outwards; or reflexed, when their
extremities are turned, down wards. The sepals may be either distinct from each
other as in the Poppy, or more or less united into one body (figs. 326-328) as in
A Text Book Of Practical Botany 2
Inflorescence. Male flowers in clustered raceme and female flowers solitary. [I]
Male flower. Bracteate, pedicellate, incomplete, actinomorphic, unisexual,
staminate, pentamerous, cyclic. Calyx. Sepals 5, polysepalous, basally connate,
Dr. Ashok Bendre & Dr. Ashok Kumar, 2009
NEW Living Science BIOLOGY for CLASS 9
... like small leaves. However, as in gulmohar, they may be coloured and are
known as petaloid sepals. The sepals may be free from each other in some
plants as in mustard or radish (known as polysepalous) or fused to form a cup in
In a polysepalous calyx they remain isolated until fully developed, but if the calyx
is monosepalous, they are supported up to a certain point by a sort of belt. "
Without dwelling here on the different shapes the p. , ( sepals assume, we will
Let us see, then, in how few words a botanist defines the characters of
Ranunculaceae : — RANUNCULACE M. Calyx, polysepalous ; petals,
hypogynous, in form various, sometimes absent ; stamens, ordinarily numerous ;
anthers, usually ...
(4) Calyx polysepalous ; corolla polypetalous. These sections were further
separated into groups, by the number and disposition of the stamens. This mode
of arrangement was relinquished in consequence of its separating certain genera
Concise Dictionary of Biology
Polysepalous. or. Separated. (Type of flowers) if the sepals are clearly separated
each other. Pome. (Type of fruit) Pomes are fruits with soft mesocarp and a
coriaceous endocarp. They become from an inferior ovary, like apples or pears.
The Classification of Flowering Plants
Such petaloid calyces are frequent where the corolla is absent or small and
inconspicuous, as in several genera of Ranunculaceae. The individual sepals
may be free, that is, inserted separately on the receptacle (calyx polysepalous) ...
Alfred Barton Rendle, 1967
218 POLYSEPALOUS AND MONOSEPALOUS CALYCES. The sepals may be
either distinct from each other, as in the Poppy, Buttercup, Wallflower, and
Strawberry (Jig. 451) ; or more or less united into one body (Jigs. 453-457), as in
The North American Review
... instead of distinguishing calices into polysepalous and monosepalous, we are
bound to use the distinctions of polysepalous, or free sepals, and gamasepalous,
or sepals more or less united, and reserve the term monosepalous for the rare ...