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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Gynophore, “the stalk of the ovary, within the origin of the calyx” (Lindley);“the stipe of a pistil” (Fernald 1950); “a prolongation of the receptacle that functions as a stalk and bears the gynoecium at its apex (as in the flowers of the Capparidaceae) (WIII); the developing multinucleate female reproductive structure in fungi, as those of the genus Pyronema (WIII): gynophorum,-i (s.n.II), abl. sg. gynophoro, nom.& acc. pl. gynophora, dat. & abl.pl. gynophoris; cf. anthophore, carpophore;

- flos disco cotiliformi, 5-lobo, ad gynophorum brevissimum adnato, flower with a cotiliform, 5-lobed disc adnate to a very short gynophore.

- carpella 5 minima, 1-sperma, approximata , gynophoro basi immersa et cum eo ovarium unicum simulantia (DeCandolle), carpels 5 very small, 1-seeded, close together, immersed in the gynophore at the base and with it resembling a single ovary.

 

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