petaloid


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petaloid

(of plant structures) looking like a petal.
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Our partnership with PEF ensures that our efforts reach deserving communities and provide maximum assistance to those in need." Petaloid Secondary School and Girls College is working under the umbrella of Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) to provide free education to the poor and deserving students of KahnaNau.
Consisting of 0.5-inch acetal rollers, the conveyor surface ensures support and stability for bottles with petaloid bottoms, and other types of containers.
The World Packaging Organisation, too, appreciated the exceptionally creative design work from Krones and Coca-Cola Amatil, and chose the container, which manages without a petaloid base, as the 2013-2014 Worldstar Winner in its packaging competition.
The flowers are unisexual, purple, and in cymose summits, with the calyx having five petals, which in male flowers may form a petaloid tube.
The cavity in the shell is petaloid and is full of magnetic fluid.
Chorion was hexagonally and pentagonally reticulated (Figure 2(b)) except for the micropilar area, which was rosette-like, composed by five petaloid cells (Figure 2(c)).
The temperature of the preform is also known to affect the final morphology of the petaloid bases of the CSD bottles (9).
Another antenna for orthogonal slant polarization was proposed in [3], where pairs of petaloid patches printed on FR4 substrate were fed by coaxial probes through air-bridges and the intended usage band was from 1.71GHz to 2.17 GHz.
Gray's protologue description includes some comments about the peculiarity of the dissimilarity of the light-yellow petaloid sepals, indicating that this species may deserve to be framed in a special section of the genus Streptanthus Nutt.
The true, perfect flower is small, tubular, commonly white or yellow, and surrounded by showy, vibrantly colored petaloid bracts.
Petaloid bract and ovuliferous scales at the time of pollination simulating a floral envelope (Fig.
As described previously (Anonymous, 1985), it is the largest genus of petaloid monocotyledons except orchid.