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stamen

the male organ in angiosperm flowers, consisting of a stalk, or filament, bearing an anther in which POLLEN grains are produced by MEIOSIS.
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Spectrophotometry, thin layer chromatography, capillary zone electrophoresis with ultraviolet detection and high performance liquid chromatography were the methods used for quality control of Nelumbinis stamen, but the majority of studies were limited to quantitative analysis of little marker compounds in the lotus stamen (Shu et al.
It should be noted that stamen color change is known to occur in several Melastomataceae such as Leandra subseriata Gleason and Miconia mirabilis (Aubl.
Stamen Design's goal is to create "compelling interactive design and data visualization projects" and straddle the line between design firm and research and development group.
In fact, these stamen primordia apparently emerge simultaneously with the remainder of the petal primordia as described above (Fig.
Once centers are dry, arrange stamen pieces and repeat steps 4 and 5; freehand the stamen dots.
The third stamen is centric, abaxial, lowermost and curved whose filament is shorter than those of its neighbours, reaching half of the height of them (Figs.
Reference to stamen in its definition signifies that stamina represents a dynamic life force, an energetic movement toward growth, productivity, and health.
The book is divided into sections by color like ``Blue and Purple Flowers'' and ``Pink Flowers'', a handy indexing method for those, like this reviewer, who don't know a pistil from a stamen.
For the majority of the angiosperms the functional stamen is differentiated into a basal supportive part, namely the filament, and upper microsporangia-bearing tissue, namely the anther (see, e.