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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
syncarpous, “composed of two or more united carpels” (Jackson); “having the carpels of the gynoecium united in a compound ovary” (WIII): syncarpus,-a,-um (adj.A), syncarpicus,-a,-um (adj.A); opp. apocarpous, q.v., with free or disunited carpels;

- fructibus syncarpis, spinulosis vel tuberculatis, with fruits syncarpous, spinulose to tuberculate.

- Pittosporeae ab omnibus Thalamifloris syncarpicis oligandris differunt embryone minuto, albuminecopioso (B&H), Pittosporeae differ from other syncarpic, oligandrous Thalamiflorae by the minute embryo, the copious albumen.

- gynoecium syncarpicum septatum placentis ex angulo centrali loculorum v. apocarpum, per anthesin saepius superum v. disco immersum (B&H), the gynecium syncarpous, septate with the placentas from the central angle of the locules, or apocarpous, throughout the period of flowering more often superior or immersed in the disc.

- ovarium superum et omnino syncarpum et 5-loculare in Lindleya, Euphronia, Eucryphia et Canotia.(B&H), the ovary superior and completely syncarpous and 5-locular in Lindleya, Euphronia, Eucryphia and Canotia.

Zanthoxylum syncarpum

 

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