Flower Info Listing From Double To Foot-stalk



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Botanical name English name Description
D
Double Flower Double
F_double_flower This Refers To the
Type of flowers
Flower whose genetic makeup has been modified so that they produce large petals from all its florets or with twice its normal compliment of petals for its class. The central part of a single flower are actually made up of many small single flowerlets. It is these that have its petals forced to grow larger to produce the many petaled double flower. Usually most double flowers are sterile and does not produce fruits. This can be seen by the double flowering cherries trees that lines many streets in the UK.

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F
Rhipidium Fan
F_rhipidium This Refers To the
Flower type
A fan shaped cymose inflorescence. This inflorenscence has flowers arising from the axis like a raceme, but with the lower flowers having elongated stalks. The whole inflorenscence therefore appears flat like a fan.

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Pollen Flour
F_pollen This Refers To the
Parts of a flower
Pollen is the flour produced from the anthers of the flower. This flour consists of grains which contain the male reproductive DNA and is carried or to the stigma of the flower. On the stigma the pollen grain germinates and travels down to the ovary via the style. In monocotyledons, pollen has one furrow or pore while in dicotyledons they have three.

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Pedicel Foot-stalk
F_pedicel This Refers To the
Parts of a flower
This is the short stalk of a flower below the calyx.

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