corolla

(from the article `reproductive system, plant`) ...sepals (often greenish and leaflike), petals (often white or coloured other than green), stamens, and a pistil (or pistils). The sepals are ... [5 related articles]
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corolla

[n] - (botany) the whorl of petals of a flower that collectively form an inner floral envelope or layer of the perianth
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Corolla

• (n.) The inner envelope of a flower; the part which surrounds the organs of fructification, consisting of one or more leaves, called petals. It is usually distinguished from the calyx by the fineness of its texture and the gayness of its colors. See the Note under Blossom.
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corolla

noun (botany) the whorl of petals of a flower that collectively form an inner floral envelope or layer of the perianth; `we cultivate the flower for its corolla`
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Corolla

[chaplet] A corolla is an ancient headdress made of a garland or wreath and worn as a small circlet or crown. Usually it has ceremonial significance and represents victory or authority. ==History== The term corolla or corollæ appears in a chapter title in Pliny the Elder`s Naturalis Historia: `Who invented the art of making garlands: When ...
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Corolla

[flower] A human brain. http://www.csm.ornl.gov/SC99/brain.jpg ...
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Corolla

[gastropod] Corolla is a genus of pelagic `sea butterflies`. These are holoplanktonic opisthobranch molluscs belonging to the family Cymbuliidae. They are preyed upon by the gymnosome pteropods of the genus Cliopsis. Species within this genus include: ...
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Corolla

Co·rol'la noun [ Latin corolla a little crown or garland, dim. of corona . See Crown .] (Botany) The inner envelope of a flower; the part which surrounds the organs of fructification, consisting of one or more leaves, called petals . It is usually distinguished from ...
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Corolla

All the petals of a flower.
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Corolla

All the petals of a flower.
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Corolla

An individual grape flower before it blossoms.
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corolla

Collective name for the petals of a flower. In some plants the petal margins are partly or completely fused to form a corolla tube, for example in bindweed Convolvulus arvensis
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corolla

collective term for the petals of a flower.
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corolla

Collective term for the petals of a flower.
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corolla

Collectively, all the petals of a flower.
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Corolla

Corolla is a botanical term referring to a flower's petals collectively. What in popular terms may be thought of as the 'flower' of a plant.
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corolla

corolla: see petal.
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Corolla

Inner circle of floral envelopes; if the parts are separate, they are petals; if not separate, they are teeth, lobes or divisions..
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Corolla

Inner whorl of petals of a flower
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Corolla

Inner whorl of petals of a flower
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Corolla

It is a collective name for the petals of a flower.
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corolla

ring of petals protecting reproductive organs
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corolla

The collective term for the petals; the inner part of the flower.
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corolla

the floral whorl inside the calyx, usually consisting of petals or a corolla tube and corolla lobes. adj. corolline
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corolla

The inner of the two series of floral segments, which are the sepals and petals. The term is rarely used in connection to Orchid flowers.
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