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tetrameric

 [tet″rah-mer´ik]
having four parts.

tet·ra·mer·ic

, tetramerous (tet'ră-mer'ik, tĕ-tram'ĕ-rŭs),
Having four parts, or parts arranged in groups of four, or capable of existing in four forms.
[tetra- + G. meros, part]

tetrameric

/tet·ra·mer·ic/ (tet″rah-mer´ik) having four parts.

tet·ra·mer·ic

, tetramerous (tet'ră-mer'ik, tĕ-tram'ĕr-ŭs)
Having four parts, or parts arranged in groups of four, or capable of existing in four forms.
[tetra- + G. meros, part]

tetrameric

having four parts.
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The Escalloniaceae, a present-day taxon of this complex, is of interest, in particular the genus Tetracarpaea, which has an apocarpous gynoecium and tetramerous flowers, this first character being associated with the Apocynaceae and the latter with the Scrophulariales via the Buddlejaceae.