exserted


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exserted

(of plant structures) protruding.
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Compared to included stamens, which require that the pollinators enter the floral tube for pollen to be picked up, separated and exserted stamens can contact most visitors approaching the flower and thus are available to generalized pollinators, such as hoverflies and quickly-visit bees (e.
3 cm, red to orange passing pink after pollination, with red to orange fauces, infundibuliform, pubescent, stamens exserted, dorsal filaments ca.
Staminate flowers Staminate Staminate inflorescence inflorescence of dense, puberulent, congested cymules appearing capitate, appearing capitate, 10 mm diameter, 10 mm diameter, peduncle 10-15 mm densely puberulent, long, many flowered, peduncle 8-10 mm pedicels very short, long, many-flowered, and stamens well stamens somewhat exserted.
Diagnosis: Caudal fin concave in both sexes, lobe tips rounded with 2 or 3 short exserted rays, caudal concavity 7.
The species is also notable for its elevated orbits, many blunt knob-like spines, and dorsal spines greatly exserted from the fin membrane (Hart 1973; Mecklenburg and others 2002).
Ovipositor occupying entire length of gaster, at most a little exserted beyond gastral apex; ovipositor length:metatibia length ratio 4.
The calyx is a rounded stem and exactly as long as the bract but appears about as long as the exserted stem.
In agreement with our results, Virmani and Athwal (1973) reported high heritability estimates for anther and stigma length as well as for percent of exserted stigmata in rice.
4 mm long, strongly hispid within and marginally; anthers very weakly apically exserted, black, 1.
Unique Characteristics: Displays a columnar panicle of florets with stamens exserted.
Leaves thin and translucent (1 cell thick between veins); leaf blades usually less than 20 cm long; sporangia borne along margins of leaflets in a tubular cup-like structure (involucre) with an exserted bristle; plant growing on acidic rock (e.