(4) Pollen travels down the pistil
to the flower's eggs.
The ESTs used in this study were produced with 67 cDNA libraries prepared using inflorescences (spike at flowering or before flowering, anther, pistil
, ovary, palea, and lemma), roots, stems, leaves (including seedlings and crown tissues), and seeds (matured or immature embryos) from normally grown seedlings or plants and represented 434,658 cloning events (Table S1).
It usually begins blooming in February, so I do my best to pollinate each flower's pistil
with a little paintbrush.
Microspectrofluorimeter recorded the fluorescence spectra of main lightening parts of the flower, pistil
and pollen (Figure 2(k)).
Another study has been conducted to assess the variability of pistil
related characters to be used as a measure of genetic diversity in tea germplasm using 27 accessions .
Botanical illustrations are not only breathtakingly beautiful, they're also scientifically accurate down to the last pistil
and stamen-after all, that's how botanists identified and recorded plants long before the camera.
Well mel ahead Pollinate the female flowers of melons as they appear by picking off a mature male flower and placing the pollen bearing anthers close to the spiky female pistil
in the centre.
Planhigion blodeuog (angiosberm) ydyn nhw ond yn wahanol i'r rhan fwyaf o blanhigion blodeuol sydd a'u rhannau blodeuol mewn sidelli neu gylchoedd, mae brigerau a'r pistil
yn droellog ac ar gynheilydd siap gonigol mewn magnolia.
the honey bee dusting the dost-thou-take from anther to pistil
The plant produces a minute flower fully equipped with one stamen and one pistil
Anthesis is the period between flower opening and the onset of the senescence of the stamens and pistil
(Faegri and Pijl, 1979).
With each press the delicate satin- lacquered titanium petal -- sometimes a pair of petals -- around the central yellow sapphire pistil
subtly disappear under the dial, as if they had just been plucked out by an invisible Robb Report is considered the world's final word on luxury.