replum


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replum

[′rep·ləm]
(botany)
A thin wall separating the two valves or chambers of certain fruits.

replum

In door construction of the ancients, an upright rail (from sill to lintel) which divides a doorframe in two parts; used with a door having two leaves, which close against it.
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Fruit dehiscent siliques, linear, terete, unsegmented; valves with a prominent midvein, with obscure to distinct lateral veins, glabrous or rarely sparsely pubescent, smooth or rarely torulose; replum rounded; septum complete, veinless; style obsolete or distinct and to 5 mm long; stigma capitate, entire or 2-lobed, usually considerably wider than style.