loculicidal


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loculicidal

(of an ovary) being split down the middle of each cell.
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The fruit has axile placentation, seven to 12 locules, loculicidal dehiscence, septa attached to the valves at dehiseence, and ca.
A six-locular capsule with loculicidal dehiscence was described by Kapgate et al.
The fruit size at 10 x 11.5-12.3 mm, five to seven locules, loculicidal dehiscence, and winged seeds attached to an axile placenta are typical of Lagerstroemia fruits.
Fruits loculicidal ovoid capsule, woody, exocarp finely verruculose, apiculate or acuminate apex; lanceolate valves with total dehiscence, from the apex up to the base, central fibrose trigonal columella central where the seeds are inserted, valves (5-)8 cm long and (2-)3 cm wide at the mature fruit, crasso and exfoliated peduncle 1.5-3 cm long and 0.5-1.0 cm wide.
Fruits oblong loculicidal capsule with acuminate or acute apex, woody with exocarp finely verruculose; varying in size, lanceolate valves with 3-4(-10) cm long and 1.5(-3) cm wide at the mature opened fruit, crasso and exfoliated peduncle.
Onagraceae Onagraceae is a family of 18 genera having fruits that can be berries, nut, or loculicidal capsules (Wagner et al., 2007).
missouriensis Sims.) is a 4-winged loculicidal capsule developed from an inferior ovary.
The fruits are three-winged, trilocular loculicidal capsules.
The ovary is superior, and the fruit develops into a loculicidal capsule opening with five valves.
The last is probably most useful, but it is important to note that loculicidal capsules have evolved in Erica, a very species-rich group.
The various fruit types include loculicidal and septicidal capsules, berries, and drupes.
Fruit a (septicidal or loculicidal) capsule, berry, drupe or dry and indehiscent or a schizocarp, sometimes dicoccous (Galium), rarely a nutlet (Theligonum).