introrse


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introrse

[′in‚trȯrs]
(biology)
Turned inward or toward the axis.
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brightly colored, often in the red and orange range, and often with contrasting colors in different parts of the infloreseence Corolla long, narrow, and tubular, with a constricted throat and a slightly flaring mouth; thick in texture Style usually equaling corolla length, with stigma located at the mouth of the corolla tube Anthers rigid, attached to the outside of the nectariferous disk and forming a tunnel leading to the nectar source; dehiscence introrse Pollen located in the bottom of long, tubular-adomed anthers, the theca of which are often granular of rarely with anthers bearing appendages (e.
Anthers with introrse dehiscence, normally lacking caudate apical appendages (but large, flat, apical appendages present in Vinca) 7 7.
However, Pariana has stigmas that are distinctly broadly plumose, and introrse (Hollowell, 1987), the sparsely arranged primary branches originate on the inner side of the main axes and are not rebranched, and the receptive cells express papillae only at the branch tips (pets.