Hypanthium

Hy·pan'thi·um noun ; plural Latin Hypanthia , English Hypanthiums . [ New Latin , from Greek 'ypo beneath + 'a`nqos flower.] (Botany) A fruit consisting in large part of a receptacle, enlarged below the calyx, as in the Calycanthus , t...
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hypanthium

<plant biology> A cup or tube bearing floral parts above the base, and often above the top, of the ovary of a flower. ... Compare: calyx tube. ... (06 Mar 1998) ...
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Hypanthium

• (n.) A fruit consisting in large part of a receptacle, enlarged below the calyx, as in the Calycanthus, the rose hip, and the pear.
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hypanthium

(from the article `angiosperm`) ...(fusion of two unlike floral parts is called adnation). A marginally fused (synsepalous) calyx, a marginally fused (sympetalous) corolla, and ... ...various groups also is used in legume classification. Information about other cryptic features, such as pollen and plant anatomy, contributes to ... In...
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hypanthium

hypanthium 1. A cup-shaped or tubular body formed by the conjoined sepals, petals, and stamens. 2. The ringlike, cup-shaped, or tubular structure of a flower on which the sepals, petals, and stamens are borne, as in the flowers of the rose or cherry.
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HYPANTHIUM

The outer parts of a flower that form a protective tube and attract pollinators to the Stigma.
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Hypanthium

a cup-shaped enlargement of the receptacle, creation by the fusion of sepals, petals and stamens
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Hypanthium

In angiosperms the fusions of two floral parts or adnation is referred to as the hypanthium. The hypanthium is where the calyx, stamens and a partly fused portion of the corolla forms a cup shaped tube that surrounds the carpels. It can often contain the nectar or pollen of the plant. It is present in most flowering species, although can slightly ...
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hypanthium

see floral tube.
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Hypanthium

A floral disk, cup or tube extending from the receptacle to surround the ovary(ies) in perigynous and most epigynous flowers. The sepals, petals and stamens arise from the rim of the hypanthium.
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hypanthium

see floral tube
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