enantiostyly

enantiostyly

(ɛnˌæntɪəʊˈstaɪlɪ)
n
(Botany) the asymmetrical deflection of the style, either to the left or to the right of the floral axis
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Moreover, differential fertility and enantiostyly may diminish the effects of self-compatibility by partially reducing the contribution of geitonogamy to selfing.
Keywords: Floral biology, reproductive system, Senna, Cassieae, enantiostyly, buzz- pollination, Bombus.
Other authors considered enantiostyly as enigmatic (Thorp and Estes 1975).
Those flowers borne in the same node show somatic inverse enantiostyly.
Breeding system, Eichhornia, enantiostyly, optimization scheme, phylogeny, Pontederiaceae, self-fertilization, tristyly.
1) involving the relative positions of male and female sex organs are present in the family: tristyly, a genetic polymorphism found in Eichhornia and Pontederia; enantiostyly, a floral polymorphism that predominates among species of Heteranthera and Monochoria; and floral monomorphism, found in all four major genera.
Enantiostyly is a floral polymorphism in which flowers possess either left- or right-bending styles (Fig.
The most well known cases are enantiostyly or enantiomorphy.
Enantiostyly and enantiomorphy express the presence of two mirror-image like morphs (either on the same individual or on different individuals).
In the otherwise monosymmetric Exacum (Gentianaceae) enantiostyly is present (Lloyd & Webb, 1992).
Enantiostyly in Wachendorfia (Haemodoraceae): the influence of reproductive systems on the maintenance of the polymorphism.