pedicellate


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pedicellate

[pe′dis·ə‚lāt]
(biology)
Having a pedicel.
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Flowers pedicellate, bisexual, buds clavate; epicalyx orange; corolla 6-merous, 5-6 X0.3 cm, reddish, valvate; stamens-6, dimorphic, 3 major and 3 minor, alternating with each other, majors 0.7 X 0.1 cm, minors 0.5 X 0.1 cm, included; ovary ovoid, ca.
It is characterized by globose fruiting bodies with white exoperidium and lead grey endoperidium oval long pedicellate basidiospores.
europaea are 3.5 to 6 mm long and 1.4 to 5 mm wide, pedicellate, with a persistent calyx of five sepals and gynoecium of two superior carpels; the styles, where preserved, are persistent and appressed to one another or free.
Flowers distichously arranged, 2-4 mm pedicellate, opening during the day; sepals narrowly elliptic, acute, free, 17-19 mm long, carinate, nerved, glabrous, pale green; corolla semi-tubular, spreading at the apex, blue-violet to blue, paler proximally; petals ligulate, acute, 38-42 mm long with a pair of basal appendages; stamens & style exserted.
This saxicolous species is characterized by its 3-4-pinnate, paniculate, red inflorescences, with spikes 40 cm long, red floral bracts, erect or sub erect, not imbricate, pedicellate flowers and sepals 3 mm connate.
This species is distinguished by its main axis of the synflorescence with 37-71 branches; first branch on the main axis of synflorescence with 34-49 branches; second branch on the main axis of synflorescence with 8-10 internodes; articulate rachis internodes 1.9-3 mm long, with hairs 5.3-8.2 mm long; pedicel 1.62.8 x 0.1-0.2 mm, with hairs 5.3-8.2 mm long; and pedicellate spikelet 0.5-1 x 0.05 mm.
Sahnianthus is a pedicellate, bisexual, tubular, perigynous, six to eight valvate-lobed flower ca.
15 Synflorescence an open panicle; spikelets long pedicellate. 16 Spikelets 2.3-3.3 mm long; D.