chasmogamy

The opening of the perianth of a flower for the purpose of fertilization, contrast with cleistogamous. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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chasmogamy

(from the article `Fabales`) ...produce two kinds of flowers, commonly on the same plant. The typical kind have conspicuous petals that open so that cross-pollination (in some, ... ...anther levels is carried on different places on the bees and butterflies that visit the flowers for the nectar and thus effect the obligate ... [2 rela...
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Chasmogamy

Chasmogamy is a botanical term describing a type of flower. A chasmogamous flower opens at maturity, exposing stamens and style to allow fertilization. The style receives pollen from another individual. Chasmogamous flowers also provide pollen to other plants. This is the opposite of cleistogamy, in which a plant produces flowers that stay closed
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chasmogamy

opening of a flower in order to be fertilized
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