extrorse


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extrorse

[ek′strȯrs]
(biology)
Directed outward or away from the axis of growth.
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10c, the Pennipollis plant is linked more closely to Ceratophyllum by loss of the bracts subtending the male flowers and introrse or extrorse rather than latrorse anthers.