ligulate


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ligulate

strap-shaped.
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Typical of the tribe Cichorieae, all florets possessed ligulate corollas, were perfect, and protandrous.
At the last harvest of the season (12 DAA), the drop of ligulate flowers and the general aging of the flower were evident, thus beginning the process of seed formation.
2012), the flower stalks of ornamental sunflower are cut at the opening of the ligulate ray flowers, which may be completed after the cut, when the stalks are arranged in water-filled vases.
The ligulate genus Lepidobothrodendron Daber 1959 differs from Bothrodendron in having faint cushion outlines enclosing a leaf scar, ligule pit and two external parichnos.
Supraanal plate of male triangular, slightly ligulate at tip, with a pair of large transverse black bosses near the tip, and two weak longitudinal rows of small black spots proximally.
the form of a "blossom" like that of Rubus fruticosus with calyx, corolla, androecium, and gynoecium, Chrysanthemum leucanthemum, a capitulum engendered by an involucrum, ligulate flowers and a disk of tubular flowers, or even a double capitulum like those by Troll (1928) used examples of Syncephalantha decipiens or Myriocephalus gracilis developed from densly aggregated capitulae which develop the ligulate flowers only in peripheral position of the whole aggregation (Figs.
4) V Hairs if VI presnet, not segmented VI Hairs Group F present and ligulate or flattened (Figs.
Significant differences were also observed in various morphological traits of the ligulate flowers (petals) -mean blue, red, green and gray level-and the stems-mean blue, red, and green, gray level, and brown:green area ratio.
sumatrensis has heavier stem and leaf pubescence and has flower heads without the minute ligulate ray florets possessed by C.
Phenolic glucosides in the course of ligulate flower development in diploid and tetraploid Matricaria chamomilla.
Leaf blades ligulate, acute to acuminate, apiculate, 3-6 cm wide, serrate with dark straight to antrorse 2-4 mm long spines, the leaf margins variably punctate-lepidote, grey-green to reddish.
He emphasized types of capitula in his classification and included in the Mutisieae genera with other types of corolla than the bilabiate, such as ligulate and tubular corollas.