infundibuliform


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infundibular

 [in-fun-dib´u-ler]
1. pertaining to an infundibulum.
2. funnel-shaped; called also choanoid.

cho·a·noid

(kō'a-noyd),
Funnel-shaped.
Synonym(s): infundibuliform
[G. choanē, funnel, + eidos, resemblance]

infundibuliform

/in·fun·dib·u·li·form/ (-dib´u-lĭ-form) infundibular (2).

infundibuliform

(ĭn′fən-dĭb′yə-lə-fôrm′)
adj.
Shaped like a funnel.

infundibuliform

shaped like a funnel.
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5 cm, magenta with white fauces, infundibuliform, glabrous, stamens included, dorsal filaments ca.
5 cm, magenta with white fauces and lilac nectar guides, infundibuliform, vellutine, stamens included, dorsal filaments ca.
5 cm, lilac, lobes magenta and fauces white, infundibuliform, tomentose; stamens included, dorsal filaments ca.
3 cm, red to orange passing pink after pollination, with red to orange fauces, infundibuliform, pubescent, stamens exserted, dorsal filaments ca.
4 x 1-8 cm, white to cream with white to cream fauces, infundibuliform, pubescent, stamens included, dorsal filaments ca.
5 x 1-5 cm, magenta with yellow nectar guides on the fauces, infundibuliform, slightly pubescent; stamens included, dorsal filaments ca.
6 x 1 cm, pink to red with yellow fauces, tubular to infundibuliform, pubescent; stamens exserted, dorsal filaments ca.
5-2 cm, purple with purple fauces, infundibuliform, glabrous; stamens included, dorsal filaments ca.
Calycine colleters mostly in alternisepalous groups or in continuous ring, more rarely solitary and episepalous; corolla usually divided into narrow lower tube and expanded upper throat, mostly infundibuliform or tubular campanulate, more rarely tubular or salveriform; corolla-lobe aestivation dextrorse; distinct corona usually absent; stamens mostly inserted at base of throat; lignified guide rails long, well developed; style head with neither basal collar nor upper wreath, with 5 arms, which usually project from lower part (arms forming long ridges for most of length of style head in Mandevilla and Macrosiphonia) to which anthers are attached; stigmatic zone confined to re gion on underside or lower region of style head.
Calycine colleters often one, episepalous, or several and spread across base of sepal, rarely absent; corolla salveriform, infundibuliform, tubular campanulate, campanulate (rotate in Parsonsia, Artia, Ecua, and Thernardia); corolla-lobe aestivation dextrorse, rarely valvate; stamens mostly inserted in upper part of corolla tube (near base in Parsonsia, Artia, Ecua, Pottsia, and Thernardia); anthers often partially to almost completely exserted, with large, lignified guide rails, attached near base of style head; style head cylindrical to narrowly fusiform, broadest and with (usually well developed, often membranous) collar at base and sometimes upper wreath as well; stigmatic zone located on underside of style head beneath collar.