pedicellate


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pedicellate

[pe′dis·ə‚lāt]
(biology)
Having a pedicel.
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The fruits are pedicellate, 4-winged indehiscent pods variable in shape from elongate or oblong-elliptical to obovate, to widely elongate, depending in part on how many seeds develop within the pod (see also illustrations in Dwyer and Hermann 1965).
In some genera of Andropogoneae (Sorghastrum Nash, Asthenochloa Buse, Ratzeburgia Kunth, Thelepogon Roth) the pedicellate spikelet is reduced and the shBr is formed either by the sessile spikelet and the pedicel (Vegetti, 1999) or by the sessile spikelet only (Camara Hernandez & Rua, 1992); these later branches are truncated second-degree shBrs (Weberling et al.
horridula is small, with few inconspicuously pedicellate flowers that posses a campanulate corolla of spreading-recurved, yellow petals.
Flowers pedicellate above the upper bracts Archerieae 11.