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Is belonging to family euphorbiaceae?
The Euphorbiaceae, the spurge family, are a large family of flowering plants. In common English, they are sometimes called euphorbias, which is also the name of a genus in the family....
What type of inflorescence is found in the family euphorbiaceae?
In which of the following family branched stamens is present?
In Euphorbia a single stalked stamen represents a single male flower. In Ricinus sp., usually five stamens are present, each stamen is profusely branched. In Jatropha they are arranged in two whorls each of five stamens. In many the stamens are indefinite, e.g., Croton.
How many female flowers are found in a Cyathium?
one female flower
What is Syngenesious?
: united by the anthers syngenesious stamens : having stamens so united.
What is Synandrous?
Adjective. synandrous (not comparable) (botany) Having stamen fused along both their filaments and anthers. (botany, rare) Having stamens fused together in any way.
What is a monadelphous flower?
monadelphous (not comparable) (botany) Having all its stamens within a flower fused together at least partly by the filaments.
What is Polyadelphous?
of stamens. : united by the anthers into three or more groups — compare diadelphous, monadelphous.
What is Syngenesious anther?
Syngenesious stamen are those stamens whose anthers are united together into a tube and its filaments are free. Unlike the syndranous stamen these are not united by both anthers and filaments. This condition of syngenesious stamen is usually found in the asteraceae family.
What is Gynostegium?
The gynostegium is a typical feature of members of the Milkweed family (Asclepiadaceae). It is a complex structure formed by the fusion of the stamens, styles, and stigmatic surfaces.
What is Didynamous condition?
Didynamous condition is special structural condition in stamen where the flower contains four stamens in two pairs with unequal length , one pair is long while other is short .
What is monadelphous stamen?
of stamens. : united by the filaments into one group usually forming a tube around the gynoecium.
What are the 4 types of symmetry?
The four main types of this symmetry are translation, rotation, reflection, and glide reflection.
What are the 3 basic types of symmetry?
There are three types of symmetry: reflection (bilateral), rotational (radial), and translational symmetry.
Is human body symmetrical?
The body plans of most animals, including humans, exhibit mirror symmetry, also called bilateral symmetry. They are symmetric about a plane running from head to tail (or toe). ... After all, there are infinitely more ways to construct an asymmetrical body than a symmetrical one.
What is asymmetrical body shape?
SHAPE. In contrast to symmetrical, corresponding body parts on both sides of a centred dividing line are in a different position to each other.
What is meant by asymmetrical body?
Something asymmetrical has two sides that don't match — it's uneven or out of whack. If you know that symmetrical means that both sides of something are identical, then it should be easy to learn that asymmetrical means the opposite: the two sides are different in some way.
What is an asymmetrical body?
asymmetrical: having disproportionate arrangement of parts; exhibiting no pattern. bilateral symmetry: having equal arrangement of parts (symmetry) about a vertical plane running from head to tail.
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