perigonial

perigonial

(ˌpɛrɪˈɡəʊnɪəl)
adj
(Botany) of or pertaining to a perigon
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2012), or arise from a perigonial primordium, as in Eriophorum (Vrijdaghs et al.
Dioicous or monoicous; branches with antheridia reddish; perigonial leaves short and broad with abruptly narrowed apex.
Dioicous; antheridial branches reddish brown; perigonial leaves shorter and wider than vegetative branch leaves.
5 mm de ancho, papilosos, conspicuamente nervados, agudos y cortamente apiculados en el apice, connados en la base entre si y con los petalos formando un tubo perigonial de 5.
5 mm de ancho, agudos y cortamente apiculados en el apice, con tricomas capitados glandulares, lo que les da una apariencia papilosa, conspicuamente nervados, connados en la base entre si y con los petalos formando un tubo perigonial de 5.
Perigonia lateral on stem, perigonial leaves ovate, abruptly acuminate, margin entire, ecostate.
Perigonia lateral on lower part of stem, perigonial leaves ovate, abruptly and shortly acuminate, margin entire, ecostate.
Perigonia lateral on lower part of stem, below perichaetia in autoicous species, perigonial leaves ovate to ovate-oblong, abruptly and shortly acuminate or apiculate, margin entire, ecostate.
In Eriophorum, the many ribbon-shaped perianth parts develop from a massive perigonial primordium.
which may represent either stamens or perigonial bristles.