Stamen

The male reproductive organ of a flower, consisting of a pollen-bearing anther and a supporting filament

Stamen

Male, pollen-producing.
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Stamen

The male reproductive organ of a flower, comprising a stalk
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Stamen

the male part of the flower. It consists of the anther and the slender filament that holds it in position.
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stamen

Part of a flower, the tip of which produces pollen and is called the anther. More info?
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stamen

[n] - the male reproductive organ of a flower
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Stamen

The male reproductive organ of Flowering Plants, which bears the pollen.
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Stamen

The male pollen-producing organ.
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Stamen

The pollen-bearing anthers with attached filaments (sometimes without filaments); the male organ of a flower.
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Stamen

Sta'men noun ; plural English Stamens (used only in the second sense); Latin Stamina (in the first sense). [ Latin stamen the warp, a thread, fiber, akin to Greek ... the warp, from ... to stand, akin to English stand . See Stand , and confer Stamin , ...
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stamen

One of the male organs of a flower, consisting typically of a stalk (filament) and a pollen-bearing portion (anther). ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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stamen

noun the male reproductive organ of a flower
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Stamen

• (n.) The male organ of flowers for secreting and furnishing the pollen or fecundating dust. It consists of the anther and filament. • (n.) A thread; especially, a warp thread.
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stamen

(from the article `flower`) ...are usually colourful and showy. Sepals and petals that are indistinguishable, as in lilies and tulips, are sometimes referred to as tepals. The ... ...to attract specific pollinators to the flower. The calyx and corolla together are referred to as the perianth. Flowers that lack one or both of ... ...i...
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Stamen

One of the reproductive parts of a flower usually found in the center of the flower.
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Stamen

The male part of a flower, consisting of a threadlike filament and a pollen-bearing anther.
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stamen

The organ of a flower that produces the pollen. A stamen usually consists of an anther and a filament. Collectively, the stamens make up the androecium.
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STAMEN

The male reproductive organ of a flowering plant, composed of a filament and an anther.
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stamen

stamen, one of the four basic parts of a flower. The stamen (microsporophyll), is often called the flower's male reproductive organ. It is typically located between the central pistil and the surrounding petals. A stamen consists of a slender stalk (the filament) tipped by a usually bilobed sac (the...
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Stamen

The stamen is the male reproductive organ of a flower.
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stamen

Click images to enlargeMale reproductive organ of a flower. The stamens are collectively referred to as the androecium. A typical stamen consists of a stalk, or filament, with an anther, the pollen-bearing organ, at its apex, but in some primitive plants, such as Magnolia, the stamen may not be mark...
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Stamen

The pollen-bearing organ of a flower, of a flower, consisting of the filament and the anther.
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STAMEN

The male part of the flower comprising the filaments and anthers.
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Stamen

the flower part that produces the male gamete, consisting of a filament and an anther
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Stamen

Male part of flower on which pollen-producing anthers are borne.
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