calcarate


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calcarate

(ˈkælkəˌreɪt)
adj
having a calcar
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calcarate or spurred anthers; Robinson, 1983, 1999) (Fig.
This hypothesis suggests that the ancestor was a woody plant with alternate leaves, large and discoid capitula, actinomorphic deeply five-lobed corollas, caudate and calcarate anthers with sterile apical appendages, shortly bilobed styles glabrous or papillose with continuous stigmatic areas, and a pappus of scabrid bristles.