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car·pel

 (kär′pəl)
n.
One of the structural units of a pistil, representing a modified, ovule-bearing leaf.

[New Latin carpellum, from Greek karpos, fruit; see kerp- in Indo-European roots.]

car′pel·lar′y (-pə-lĕr′ē) adj.

carpel

(ˈkɑːpəl)
n
(Botany) the female reproductive organ of flowering plants, consisting of an ovary, style (sometimes absent), and stigma. The carpels are separate or fused to form a single pistil
[C19: from New Latin carpellum, from Greek karpos fruit]
ˈcarpellary adj
carpellate adj

car•pel

(ˈkɑr pəl)

n.
a simple pistil or a single member of a compound pistil.
[1810–20; < New Latin carpellum= Greek karp(ós) fruit + Latin -ellum diminutive suffix]
car′pel•lar`y (-ˌlɛr i) adj.
car′pel•late`, adj.

car·pel

(kär′pəl)
The part of a pistil of a flowering plant that encloses an ovary. A pistil may consist of a single carpel or of several carpels joined together. A carpel is a modified leaf. See more at flower.

carpel

A female sex organ of flowering plants, which consists of stigma, style, and ovary.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.carpel - a simple pistil or one element of a compound pistil
blossom, flower, bloom - reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts
pistil - the female ovule-bearing part of a flower composed of ovary and style and stigma
mericarp - a carpel with one seed; one of a pair split apart at maturity
Translations
pestík
emilehti

carpel

nFruchtblatt nt

carpel

[ˈkɑːpl] n (Bot) → carpello
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Carpel Garmon in Conwy is the worst with 395 cases.
Provided by Environet UK, the figures show Carpel Garmon in Conwy is the worst-affected location, with 395 infestations within a four-kilometre radius, followed by Llanelli, Caerphilly and Swansea.
Provided by Environet UK, the figures show Carpel Garmon in Conwy is the worst affected location with 395 infestations within a four kilometre radius, followed by Llanelli, Caerphilly and Swansea.
* Nervous System: carpel tunnel syndrome (Dry scaly skin, brittle nails, ape deformity, etc), cerebellar ataxia(impaired coordination, i.e., trouble performing day to day activities like eating with hands, unsteady gait, uncontrolled eye movements, etc), psychosis(myxedema madness), depression and delayed relaxation of reflexes.
Flowers have a single pistil with one carpel and one ovule.
As for the water sampling in the other stations along Baywalk, the fecal coliform count in mpn/100 mL is as follows: Station 1 beside the United States Embassy, 3,100; Station 3 in front of Diamond Hotel, 7,900; Station 4 at Carpel Shell Export and Museum, 2,400; Station 6 in front of Metrobank near Grand Hotel, 2,400; Station 7 in front of Admiral Hotel, 3,300; and Station 8 across the Quirino Avenue stoplight, 13,000.
In 2017, the winning team from Poland designed jewellery to treat carpel tunnel syndrome, and they walked away with $10,000 in cash and received mentorship from industry leaders.
Oecobius are known to construct liny, oval to circular webs that include a tent (Hingston 1925), and an inner layer (carpet) that is closer to the ground and serves as a floor; the spider inhabits the space between the tent and the carpel. The tent is attached at several points to the ground, and spaces between them serve the spider as exits and entrances to the space covered by the tent.
Some Ascarina species have the simplest possible unisexual flowers, which consist of one stamen or one carpel containing one ovule, borne in the axils of bracts in spicate inflorescences, although others have stamen numbers ranging from two to five, lateral bracts associated with the stamen and/or carpel, groups of two carpels, or both a stamen and a carpel (Swamy, 1953; Smith, 1976, 1981; Moore, 1977; Jeremie, 1980).
ABBOTTABAD -- The initial medical report has declared that Misbah Bibi, a maid at the house of provincial minister Mushtaq Ghani's younger brother, had died by choking on the orange carpel.
The YABBY genes originating from the lineage leading to seed plants are identified in various green spermatophyte plant species; they are closely associated with the evolutionary emergence of flat-shaped leaves and are presumably diversified during evolution, which resulted in the appearance of family members with specific functions in the leaf, carpel, and ovule [8, 18-20].