Flower Info Listing From Anther To Cyme



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Botanical name English name Description
A
Anther Anther
F_anther This Refers To the
Parts of a flower
The part of the stamen that produces the pollen.

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B
Bostryx Curl
F_bostryx This Refers To the
Type of flower
A kind of cymose inflorescence with all the flowers on one side of the rachis or stalk, usually causing it to curl; -- called also a uniparous helicoid cyme.

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C
Calyx Calyx
F_calyx This Refers To the
Parts of a flower
The calyx is the sepals collectively. It is the set of modified leaves which usually enclose the flower when it is in the bud stage.

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Capitulum Head
F_capitulum This Refers To the
Flower type
The individual flowers of this inflorenscence are packed tightly on a flattened structure. The individual flowers are sessile(without stalks). The Sunflower is one example of this type of inflorenscence.

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Catkin Catkin
F_catkin This Refers To the
Flower type
A catkin is an inflorenscence which is a pendulus spike having bracts on the axis which bears unisexual flowers like the Hazelnut.

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Cincinnus Curl
F_cincinnus This Refers To the
Flower type
A form of monochasium in which the lateral branches arise alternately on opposite sides of the false axis. It is called also scorpioid cyme because it looks like a scorpion..

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Corolla Crown
F_corolla This Refers To the
Parts of a flower
The petals of a flower considered as a group and usually of a color other than green; the inner whorl of the perianth. It is usually the coloured corolla that we grow flowers for.

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Corona Crown
F_corona This Refers To the
Parts of a flower
A crown-shaped, funnel-shaped, or trumpet-shaped union growth of the perianth of certain flowers, such as the Daffodil or the Cobea scandens. Also called crown.

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Corymb Cluster
F_corymb 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 slightly domed. The youngest flowers are in the center of the flat or slightly domed inflorenscence.

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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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