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carpel

or

pistil

the flask-shaped female reproductive unit of a flower, composed of ovary, style and stigma. One or more carpels goes to make up the entire female structure, the GYNOECIUM.
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The threads attaching the tent to the substrate and the carpel, which was seen as a dense layer underneath the tent, could be discerned.
As in Hedyosmum, the female flowers consist of one carpel with three adnate tepals and three peculiar "windows" on the sides, and the male structures appear to be spikes of flowers that consist of one stamen with no subtending bract.
He said the report revealed that the maid had stopped breathing after pieces of orange carpel blocked her trachea and as a result, she died.
The CRC genes are expressed abaxially in the carpel, placenta, and nectaries promoting the development of the gynoecium and abaxial part of the carpel wall, and terminating the floral meristem [33-38].
Still, I hope someone would design a waterproof iPad stand or a mobile phone holder that attaches to the water closet so I would not have to hold the phone all the time and get carpel tunnel syndrome that feels like I have a tennis elbow without even playing tennis.
The flower is bisexual and has three stamen and carpel have three branched stigma.
Our dashboard is by Cyfe, a Los Angeles-based company, whose CEO, Ben Carpel, I met anonymously when I emailed the help desk regarding a glitch.
Other disorders included low back pain, shoulder pain, carpel tunnel syndrome and numbness in index finger.
Dysdercus koenigii may insert its proboscis into the soft tissues of cotton bolls and causes an abnormal out-growth (warts) on the inner surface of carpel walls and lesions on the lint (Shah, 2014).
"The conversation around employee health benefit programs has traditionally been the role of HR and senior management," says Russ Carpel, chief executive officer of LevelFunded Health.
The differentiation phases were defined as described by Wang and Jin (1995) as follow seven stages: (1) pre-differentiation stage (2) inflorescence primordium (3) flower primordium (4) sepal primordium (5) petal primordium (6) stamen and carpel primordium (7) stamen and carpel structural differentiation stages.