campanulate


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cam·pan·u·late

 (kăm-păn′yə-lĭt, -lāt′)
adj.
Shaped like a bell: campanulate corolla.

campanulate

(kæmˈpænjʊlɪt; -ˌleɪt)
adj
(Botany) (esp of flower corollas) shaped like a bell
[C17: from New Latin campanulātus; see campanula]

cam•pan•u•late

(kæmˈpæn yə lɪt, -ˌleɪt)

adj.
bell-shaped, as a corolla.
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Adj.1.campanulate - shaped like a bell or campana; "campanulate flowers of the genus Campanula"
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Hypanthium campanulate, abaxially hairless or rarely tomentose.
In our observation, the involucre in Corylus, Ostryopsis, Carpinus, and Ostrya is initiated from a semicircular or circular primordium in one whorl and sometimes with several slight divisions (lobes) at the primordial stage that develops into different structures at maturation to enclose fruit, such as campanulate or tubular in Corylus and Ostryopsis, leaf- shaped in Carpinus, and saccate in Ostrya (Li & Skvortsov, 1999).
The persistent, campanulate, gamosepalous calyx is comprised of five light green sepals, proximally fused up to [+ or -] 2/5th (5-6 mm) of their length with distal ends [+ or -] 3/5th free from each other.
Male flower has a pedicel which is 3-10 mm long with campanulate calyx with ovate to triangular lobes, 2.5-3.5 mm long with densely white hairy margins [1].
In the classification of the fruits with respect to shape (FRF), the predominant shape was the Elongated (43,33%), in addition to the occurrence of other shapes of lower proportions, triangular (23.34%), round (16.66%), square (10.00%) and campanulate (6.67%).
The mature perianth is cylindrical but immature perianths are typically shorter and broader, campanulate (Heinrichs, et al., 1998).
The flower is yellow, campanulate, 4-6 centimeters long and born at the stem apex.
The corollas are campanulate, light green, small (2.3-3.7 mm long), 5-lobulated, the lobes are deep, about 50% the length of the corolla, reflexed and folded 180[grados].
crassifolia: leaves ovate, cuneate or rounded at base, often reddish or purplish; inflorescence compact, subsecund, its branches not becoming conspicuously spreading; flowers more or less nodding, campanulate; petals elliptic to broad-ovate, tapering into the claw.
Continuation of table 1 1 2 Fruit bodies' macrocharacters Cap has little difference colour Cap of young fruit bodies is intensity of young and ripe fruit darker, grey-brown, then it bodies, it is usually of reddish lightens to buff-grey with a hues (meat-red, yellowish red, darker centre; at first it is reddish brown); cap is convex convex, then almost extended, spherical or campanulate in case of sometimes with depression and young bodies and pitching convex mount in the centre.