polleniferous

Related to polleniferous: proliferous

pol·len·if·er·ous

 (pŏl′ə-nĭf′ər-əs)
adj.
Variant of polliniferous.
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These include at least five morphotypes of Glossopteris leaves and the glossopterid ovuliferous organs Lidgettonia africana, Rigbya arberioides and Plumsteadia gibbosa, and the glossopterid polleniferous organ Eretmonia natalensis.
pedunculate (15-30 cm), polleniferous strobili, microsporophylls with
For example, a preference for the polleniferous flowers of some dioecious orgynodioecious species could be due to the greater levels of nectar these flowers also offer (e.
The tropical genus Begonia comprises predominantly monoecious species in which the rewardless female flowers often bear a striking resemblance to the polleniferous male flowers (Agren and Schemske 1991; Schemske et al.
Although boundary-layer effects will likely be reduced for anthers and microsporangia, it seems likely that wind gusts play a strong role in pollen liberation, via agitation of shoots bearing polleniferous organs and overcoming the reduced but still-present boundary-layer effects.
These plants may then experience less geitonogamy, because geitonogamy increases with the proportion of polleniferous staminate-phase flowers probed by a hummingbird as it visits a plant.