Orthogamy

Or·thog'a·my noun [ Ortho- + Greek ... marriage.] (Botany) Direct fertilization in plants, as when the pollen fertilizing the ovules comes from the stamens of the same blossom; -- opposed to heterogamy .
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orthogamy

<botany> Direct fertilization in plants, as when the pollen fertilizing the ovules comes from the stamens of the same blossom; opposed to heterogamy. ... Origin: Ortho- + Gr. Marriage. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Orthogamy

• (n.) Direct fertilization in plants, as when the pollen fertilizing the ovules comes from the stamens of the same blossom; -- opposed to heterogamy.
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orthogamy

orthogamy 1. In botany, immediate or direct self-fertilization of the ovary; as, by the stamens of the same flower. 2. Direct fertilization in plants, as when the pollen fertilizing the ovules comes from the stamens of the same blossom; opposed to heterogamy.
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