zygomorphic


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zygomorphic

(of flowers) exhibiting BILATERAL SYMMETRY.
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Inflorescences axillary or terminal, racemose, 2-33-flowered; bracts persistent or deciduous; bracteoles absent; flowers zygomorphic or asymmetric; Sepals 5, two smaller and three larger; petals 5, yellow or orange base; stamens 7, heteromorphic, 4 smaller median, subsessile, fillet erect, 2-3 abaxial larger, 2 laterals, fillets curved, twice the length of the anthers, 1 central, fillet erect, less than anther, 3-4 adaxialstaminodes or or absent, anthers dehiscent through apical sutures.
Although zygomorphic flowers showed overwhelming dominance inall regions (Fig.
Snapdragon flowers are zygomorphic, with fused brightly colored petals and hidden nectar crops; traits that make them well-suited to pollination by bumblebees (Bombus: Apidae).
vallisneriifolia (large, spurred flowers with zygomorphic shape, contrasting colors and presence of floral guides) that might indicate a bee pollination syndrome, the paucity of medium-to-large pollinators increases the importance of small insects as pollen vectors of P.
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Among the most important characters for distinguishing the genus is the presence of a zygomorphic androecium with three abaxial stamens; presence of convex, claviform to pyramidal extrafloral nectaries and cylindrical or plane-compressed fruit with inert dehiscence.
heterophylla have infundibuliform and slightly zygomorphic white corollas with included stamens, while the flowers of T.
Puya mima has large, zygomorphic flowers on the end of a long pedicel, similar to P.