TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «ZYGOMORPHIC»
The term «zygomorphic» is normally little used and occupies the 138.827
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ZYGOMORPHIC»
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Morphology of Flowers and Inflorescences
22.214.171.124 Zygomorphic flowers with free petals As already mentioned, a
monosymmetric (zygomorphic) flower structure can come about as a result of
unequal development of the petals of a radial or bilateral flower. This is very
clearly shown in ...
Introduction to the Geology of Southern California and Its ...
Caryophyllaceae, leaves always opposite, swollen nodes along the stem,
stamens 4, 5, 8, or 10 with the same number or twice the number of sepals,
commonly the petals are serrate or saw-toothed. Fabaceae, zygomorphic,
butterfly or ...
Clarence A. Hall, Jr., 2007
Lecythidaceae: The zygomorphic
-flowered New World Genera ...
Mori & Prance provide a treatment of the six genera & 136 species of zygomorphic-flowered Lecythidaceae.
Scott A. Mori, Ghillean T. Prance, 1990
An Evolutionary Basis for Pollination Ecology
and fly-pollinated flowers more often are pleo- to actinomorphic and less often
stereo- and zygomorphic than are the bee- and butterfly- or moth-pollinated
flowers (tables 6-5A-4 and 5). In the group of the beetle- and fly-pollinated
flowers the ...
Evolution: A Developmental Approach
Here we will examine another type of flower structure that has arisen not just in
one family but in many This is the zygomorphic type of flower, in which the radial
symmetry of the more basal actinomorphic flower type has been replaced by a ...
Taxonomy and Ecology of Woody Plants in North American ...
Polypetalous Corolla Polypetalous flowers, flowers with many petals, may be
categorized as actinomorphic and zygomorphic. A radial view of an
actinomorphic flower illustrates its symmetrical (or regular) character (Figure 16.1
James S. Fralish, Scott B. Franklin, 2002
An Atlas of Orchid Pollination: European Orchids
1.7 THE GEOMETRY OF ORCHID POLLINATION 1.7.1 Zygomorphy Orchid
flowers are zygomorphic as an adaptation to insects. Bilateral symmetric flowers
contain more information per cm" than radial ones. (Davenport & Kohanzadeh
Nelis A. Van Der Cingel, 2001
Understanding Flowers and Flowering Second Edition
In the Brassicales, Busch and Zachgo (2007) showed that zygomorphic Iberis
amara had strongly dorsalspecific expression of IaTCP1, a CYC-like gene, late in
petal development when differential growth was most apparent. In the Dipsacales
Flowering Plants · Dicotyledons: Lamiales (Except ...
Teucridium - Ovary usually lobed from a quarter to half its length; nutlets
separating freely; calyx zygomorphic or actinomorphic; flowers usually larger 28.
Teucrium 21. Pollen colpi operculate; corolla usually 1-lipped (anterior lip only);
Joachim W. Kadereit, 2004
Evolution of Plant-Pollinator Relationships
2008), consistent with the idea that the differing genomic architecture between
zygomorphic and actinomorphic lineages is not a large contributing factor to
differing speciation rates. In sum, the causal arrow tentatively appears to point
7 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «ZYGOMORPHIC»
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Zygomorphic, I learn, is a flower divisible with similar halves only by one plane of symmetry. Geddit? Raceme is a flower cluster with the separate flowers ... «Irish Independent, Jul 15»
Origin and evolution of Petrocosmea (Gesneriaceae) inferred from …
The caulescent habit is correlative with their moderately zygomorphic flowers with a relatively long corolla-tube found in species of clade A that is distinctively ... «BMC Blogs Network, Jul 15»
How Orchid Flower Petals Get Their Shape
... orchid flowers typically have mirror-image (zygomorphic) symmetry with a striking well-differentiated lip that acts as the main pollinator attractant by employing ... «Asian Scientist Magazine, Apr 15»
Student discovers botanical gold in West Texas
Line drawing of Solanum cordicitum, a newly identified species found in Valentine, Texas. A. Habit. Note zygomorphic flower buds. B, C, D. Flowers. «Houston Chronicle, Aug 14»
GOODS | Show By Mexican Artist Mauricio Garduno Opens At …
Vancouver, BC | Without Symmetry – 8 zygomorphic views – is a series of large format acrylic paintings created by Vancouver based Mexican artist Mauricio ... «Scout Magazine, Jun 14»
Branford artist Patricia Laspino shows her orchids at 'Art of …
"I think orchids fascinate me because they're zygomorphic," she says. "Their faces are like our faces. They can only be divided on one plane and folded in half. «New Haven Register, Aug 13»
Brazil-nut tree (Bertholletia excelsa)
The flowers of the Brazil-nut tree are zygomorphic, with six fleshy, oblong, yellow-cream or yellow petals and pale green calyx. Also known as: para nut. «ARKive, Nov 08»