Flower Info Listing From Palm branch To Stamen



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Botanical name English name Description
P
Spadix Palm branch
F_spadix This Refers To the
Flower type
A fleshy clublike spike bearing minute flowers, usually enclosed within a sheathlike spathe, characteristic of aroid plants, such as the calla.

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Pistil Pestle
F_pistil This Refers To the
Parts of a flower
The stigma, style, ova and ovary together make up the Pistil.

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Style Pillar
F_style This Refers To the
Flower type
Style is the part of the pistil which connects the stigma and the ovary.

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Pollen Sac Pollen Sac
F_pollen_sac This Refers To the
Parts of a flower
The onopened anther of a flower in which the pollen or male microspores are developed before being shed by the anther.

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S
Sepal Separate
F_sepal This Refers To the
Parts of a flower
The sepal is a Tepal and the sepals are the outer row of modified leaves of a single flower which are usually green and leaf-like. The sepals form the calyx or outer perianth of the flower. They are often coloured and difficult to distinguish from the petals. When the flower is in bud, the sepals enclose and protect the more delicate floral parts.

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Sheath Shell or Pod
F_sheath This Refers To the
Parts of a flower
A protective covering of a flower bud or growing point.

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Drepanium Sickle
F_drepanium This Refers To the
Flower type
A flattened coil or spiral cyme with secondary axis developed in a plane formed by the main peduncle or stalk and its first branch.

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Single Flower Single
F_single_flower This Refers To the
Type of flowers
Flowers where only the outside florets have large petals or flowers with its normal compliment of petals for its class.

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Monochasia Single division
F_monochasia This Refers To the
Type of flower
A cyme having a single flower on each axis.

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Peduncle Small Foot
F_peduncle This Refers To the
Parts of a flower
The stalk of an inflorescence or the stalk of a solitary flower in a inflorescence with one flower.

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Spike Spike
F_spike This Refers To the
Flower type
This flower type is a stalkless or almost stalkless flowers borne on a stem. The individual flowers of this inflorenscence arise from the axis without stalks(sessile).

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Cyme Sprout
F_cyme This Refers To the
Flower type
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 or domed. The youngest flowers are at the edges of the flat or domed inflorenscence. In this sense it is like a corymb, but with the youngest flowers at the edges.

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Stamen Stamen
F_stamen This Refers To the
Parts of a flower
The pollen-producing reproductive organ of a flower, usually consisting of a filament and an anther. The male reproductive organ of a flower

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