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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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In contrast, the Antillean clade of "Cinnamodendron" is characterized by having tetramerous flowers (8 petals, 8 stamens, 4 carpels; ovary with 4 placentae), many ovules (more than 14); not stipitate, many seeded fruit (more than 8) with a non-gelatinous pulp; small seeds (up to 3 mm long) (Fig.
recognition that tetramerous or dimerous flowers are basic to the basal
Dialypetalanthus has a tetramerous perianth but 16-25 stamens; it is also unusual in that it has free petals (Piesschaert et al.
We doubt that this process is possible, because reversals to radially symmetric flowers in asterids operate via the loss of the posterior staminode and the fusion of the posterior petals and the transition to tetramerous flowers (see, e.