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 flower which is chasmogamous opens and exposes the stamens and styles (the male and female parts of the flower) to the environment. This potentially allows the flower to be cross-pollinated by another individual. This is the opposite of cleistogamy. ...
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chasmogamy

opening of a flower in order to be fertilized
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