Anther

The portion of the flower stamen bearing the pollen grains. When the anthers are ripe they open to release the pollen.

Anther

The part of a stamen that contains the pollen.
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Anther

The part of a stamen that contains the pollen.
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Anther

The part of the flower stamen that
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Anther

the upper part of the stamen where the pollen is produced.
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anther

The pollen producing tip of a stamen; part of a flower. More info?
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anther

[n] - the part of the stamen that contains pollen
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Anther

Part of the stamen. It produces pollen grains.
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Anther

The pollen-bearing organ.
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Anther

An'ther noun [ French anthère , Latin anthera a medicine composed of flowers, from Greek ... flowery, from 'anqei^n to bloom, 'a`nqos flower.] (Botany) That part of the stamen containing the pollen, or fertilizing dust, which, when mature, is emitted for the ...
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anther

The pollen-producing producing part of a flower. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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anther

noun the part of the stamen that contains pollen; usually borne on a stalk
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Anther

• (n.) That part of the stamen containing the pollen, or fertilizing dust, which, when mature, is emitted for the impregnation of the ovary.
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anther

(from the article `pollination`) ...or the flowers may be placed very high on the plant (see photograph). Inflorescences, flowers, or the stamens themselves move easily in the ... [7 related articles]
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anther

anther 1. The pollen-bearing part of the flower stamen. 2. The apical part of a flower stamen which produces the pollen or microspores.
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anther

anther, pollen-bearing structure of the stamen of a flower, usually borne on a slender stalk called the filament. Each anther generally consists of two pollen sacs, which open when the pollen is mature. The method of opening, or dehiscence, is uniform in any single species of plant.
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Anther

In flowering plants, the anther is part of the stamen where pollen is stored and from which the pollen is released when it is ripe.
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anther

In a flower, the terminal part of a stamen in which the pollen grains are produced. It is usually borne on a slender stalk or filament, and has two lobes, each containing two chambers, or pollen sacs, within which the pollen is formed
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Anther

The pollen bearing terminal part of a stamen.
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Anther

The pollen-bearing part of a stamen.
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ANTHER

The pollen bearing part of the stamen.
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Anther

the male reproductive part of a flower. Contains pollen.
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Anther

Part of plant flower that develops and contains pollen.
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Anther

the pollen-bearing portion of a stamen
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anther

pollen-bearing part of the stamen.
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