pedicellate


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ped·i·cel·late

 (pĕd′ĭ-sĕl′ĭt, -āt′)
adj. Biology
Having or supported by a pedicel.
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The other flower type, called pedicellate spikelets (PS), do not make seeds.
Jatropha vernicosa (Brandegee) is a monoecious shrub 2-3 m tall with simple leaves and bright pedicellate.
The pedicellate pipers of Mexico and Central America (Piper subgen.
The flowers are pedicellate and monochlamydeous with six yellow-greenish tepals, an androphore and numerous stamens (see Figure 1D).
7 FGCC/BLS 10 Chains of single-celled conidia are produced in basipetal succession from a specialisedconidiogenous cell called a phialide produced singly in groups orfrom branched metulae, giving a brush-like appearance (a Penicillus) 8 FGCC/BLS 11 Macro conidia are hyaline, two- to several-celled, fusiform- to sickle-shaped, mostly with an elongated apical cell and pedicellate basal cell.
Male flowers are pedicellate, with five greenish or whitish tepals and five stamens with flaccid filaments opposite the tepals.
Flowers pedicellate, pedicels apically swollen, 3-3.
Flowers larger than 4 cm in length, pedicellate, bisexual, corolla 6-merous; stamens longer than width, dimorphic, filaments slender, anthers dorsifixed.
Sorghum produces two types of spikelets: the sessile spikelets and the pedicellate spikelets.
5 m with central oil droplet pedicellate pedicel up to 12 m long brown to hyaline tapering straight to slightly curved.
The flowers are pedicellate, greenish white, 6 mm long, 5 mm across, mildly fragrant, cup-shaped, bisexual and actinomorphic.
Antenna with segment III elongated, pedicellate, approximately same length as segment IV, and with one external sensorium (Fig.