Existing results showed flavonoids were the characteristic chemical constituents of Nelumbinis stamen
, which exhibited various bioactivities including anti-ulcer, anti-thrombosis, analgesic, anti-diarrhea, strengthen uterine contraction and so on (Zhang et al., 1998; Wu et al., 2003; Zhou et al., 2011).
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Following emergence of all stamen
primordia, the floral primordial apex is flat.
The lower numbers produced by hand pollination treatments may be the result of the random transfer of medium stamen
's pollen grains vs.
Stamina is derived from the root word, stamen
, which means "thread" in Latin and "a standing" in Greek (Neufeldt & Guralnik, 1997).
Then two stamen
primordia and the carpel primordium are initiated.
For the majority of the angiosperms the functional stamen
is differentiated into a basal supportive part, namely the filament, and upper microsporangia-bearing tissue, namely the anther (see, e.g., D'Arcy, 1996; Endress, 1994; Endress & Stumpf, 1990, 1991; Hufford & Endress, 1989; Weberling, 1989).
For example, alfalfa blossoms' unusual arrangement of petals and stamen
can be fatal to honeybees.
caeruleum, which grows to around 60cm (92ft) tall, producing soft blue flowers with bright yellow stamens
, and self-seeds freely.