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 (pĕd′ĭ-sĕl′ĭt, -āt′)
adj. Biology
Having or supported by a pedicel.
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Brazilian Cherry has racemose inflorescences with the presence of inserted pedicellate flowers in the leaf axils (ANGELY, 1965; ROMAGNOLO; SOUZA, 2006; SILVA; PINHEIRO, 2007).
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The plants named as Senegalia are distinguished by having prickles and no stipular spines, petioles with glands and absence of phyllodes, pedicellate ovaries with glands at the base, and porate pollen grains (Seigler et al., (2006b) Senegalia saltilloensis was described by Britton & Rose (1928) selecting as the type E.
Jatropha vernicosa (Brandegee) is a monoecious shrub 2-3 m tall with simple leaves and bright pedicellate. Flowering occurs in August and September; after the summer rains, it develops white flower inflorescence.
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Male flowers are pedicellate, with five greenish or whitish tepals and five stamens with flaccid filaments opposite the tepals.
Flowers larger than 4 cm in length, pedicellate, bisexual, corolla 6-merous; stamens longer than width, dimorphic, filaments slender, anthers dorsifixed.
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