pistillate


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pistillate

of plants
1. having pistils but no anthers
2. having or producing pistils

pistillate

[′pist·əl‚āt]
(botany)
Having a pistil.
Having pistils but no stamens.
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Papaya has three kinds of flowers: staminate, pistillate and hermaphrodite.
Protein profile characterization of different tissues from mulberry pistillate flower.
The pecan is a monoecious plant, having separate staminate and pistillate inflorescences on the same plant; however, it has a mechanism so-called dichogamy.
Such effects could be attributed to the fact that a lower concentration of CaC2 slightly inhibited vegetative growth, increased lateral development, reduced respiration (thus increased the carbohydrate levels) and enhanced the development of early pistillate flowers.
Species belonging to the Hanneae complex underwent two floral scent emission events in consecutive days, during the pistillate and staminate phases of anthesis.
Lithophytic rosulated herbs up to 2 m high; leaves fleshy, leaf sheaths straw colored and brown on the adaxial surface, pale brown to brown on the abaxial surface; inflorescence terminal; pistillate inflorescences twice branched; staminate inflorescences thrice branched, forming large panicles with up to 97 primary branches; peduncles sparsely lepidote; staminate flowers greenish white, tightly arranged in the apical portion of primary branches and loosely arranged in the basal portion, pistillate flowers greenish brown, loosely arranged, appearing sub-whorled, secondary branches longer than the primary bracts, filaments in the male flowers 3-5.5 mm long, anthers 1-2 mm long, green; capsules ovoid, brown, 1-1.3 cm long, 3-7 mm in diameter.
Effects of hypo-osmosis on the coral Stylophora pistillate, nature and cause of "low-salinity bleaching." Mar.
In the absence of genetic information on sex determination in dioecious plant, the use of molecular markers for discriminating between staminate and pistillate genotypes is worthwhile.
The female flowers, called pistillate flowers, grow on a long spike and form a thick, velvety-brown cluster of hundreds of small individual flowers.
The upper flowers are staminate whereas lower ones are pistillate (Figures 1A, B).The scanning electron microscopic analysis revealed that fruit is a globular schizocarp measuring 2.2 x 2.5 mm having smooth surface architecture with four deep longitudinal sutures and a square shaped scar on upper side having four elongated points, which are the remains of the stigmas (Figure 1C).
The dispensary offered a variety of cannabis botanical medicinal products, including cannabis flowers (pistillate inflorescences), edibles prepared with lipophillic extracts (cookies, brownies, etc.), tinctures, salves, butter, hashish, "Mari-pills" (encapsulated ground cannabis flowers activated with coconut oil), tea (market spice tea infused with cannabis "sugar leaf" from the second trimming), and elixir (a cannabis-flower-infused honey).