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 (stī′lər, -lär′)
1. Biology Of or relating to a style.
2. Of, relating to, or resembling a stylus.


(ˈstaɪ lər)

Bot. pertaining to a style.
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(1) The dye was put in the berry from the stylar end (the end opposite the pedicel), and then it was traced in the pedicels, peduncles and even shoots of the vine.
The Ostryopsis-Carpinus-Ostrya clade is supported by five nonhomoplasious characters, i.e., unisexual inflorescence, pollen tube entering the style only by papillae that originate from stylar epidermal cells (Fig.
5g of pericarp or aril flesh at the middle position between stem end and stylar end was placed into moisture can and dried in oven at 60[degrees] C for 4 days.
STYLAR A Out of fashion B Without columns C Sagacious who am I?
Barrett SCH, Jesson LK, Baker AM (2000) The evolution and function of stylar polymorphisms in flowering plants.
The internal epidermal cells are round 'or' circular in shape and protect the stylar canal,
Fruits were washed with distilled water, and after drying, the stylar area was dipped in heated wax, leaving an area of approximately 79 [cm.sup.2] to confine the mites.
In cross-pollination, in contrast, pollen tubes could grow to the cut end of the style, that is, the stylar base 24 h after pollination (Figure 5, b4).