dithecal

dithecal

(daɪˈθiːkəl)
adj
having two thecae or receptacles
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Stamens alternate to petals and placed peripheral to the nectary disk; filament 0.3-0.4 mm long; anthers globose, 0.4-0.5 long, 0.3-0.4 mm in diam., dithecal, tetrasporangiate, white, dorsifixed, latrorsely dehiscent, epidermis striate; nectary disk fleshy, conspicuous, light green, tetra- or pentagonal, with numerous stomata.
Stamens 5, free, the filaments long, straight; anthers dithecal, located at the throat, lacking appendages.
Stamens 5, epipetalous, or sometimes free and then filaments flat, strongly flexuose; anthers dithecal or monothecal, lacking appendages.
Anthers tetrasporangiate, dithecal; leaves pinnate to palmately veined; stamens usually twice the number of corolla lobes, occasionally reduced and equaling the corolla lobes 13 13.
Androecium: stamens 4-5(-12), isomerous, alternipetalous, sometimes strongly zygomorphic and adnate to corolla tube or mouth, rarely some staminodal or even obsolete (Hoppea): anthers tetrasporangiate, usually introrse (extrorse in Gentiana) and dithecal; dehiscing via a longitudinal slit or rarely by terminal pores (Exacum); occasionally connate (Voyria); occasionally connective with one to two apical glands (Sebaea); rarely with long thread-like projections (Urogentias).
Androecium: stamens isomerous, alternipetalous and adnate to corolla-tube; anthers tetrasporangiate and dithecal, dehiscing via longitudinal slits; connective forming a small apical point.
Androecium: stamens [1 (Usteria)-]4-5(-16), isomerous, alternipetalous, adnate to corolla: anthers bisporangiate or tetrasporangiate, dithecal and introrse; dehiscing via longitudinal slits; usually isostylous, occasionally heterostylous (Gelsemieae); usually free, rarely connivent (Gardneria).