Orthospermous

Or`tho·sper'mous adjective [ Ortho- + Greek ... seed.] (Botany) Having the seeds straight, as in the fruits of some umbelliferous plants; -- opposed to cœlospermous . Darwin.
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orthospermous

<botany> Having the seeds straight, as in the fruits of some umbelliferous plants; opposed to coelospermous. ... Origin: Ortho- + Gr. Seed. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Orthospermous

• (a.) Having the seeds straight, as in the fruits of some umbelliferous plants; -- opposed to coelospermous.
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orthospermous

orthospermous Having the seeds straight, as in the fruits of some umbelliferous plants; such as, parsley, carrot, parsnip, and fennel
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