actinomorphic

[adj] - (biology) capable of division into symmetrical halves by any longitudinal plane passing through the axis
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Actinomorphic

Actinomorphic flowers are plate, cup or bell shaped like Water Lilies, Poppies and Daffodils. When facing the flower, they can be seen to have more than one plane of symmetry.
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actinomorphic

<botany> Of flowers: symmetrical about more than one vertical plane. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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actinomorphic

actinomorphous adjective capable of division into symmetrical halves by any longitudinal plane passing through the axis
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actinomorphic

actinomorphic Capable of being divided into equal halves along any diameter, as the flowers of the rose or tulip; radially symmetrical.
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Actinomorphic

radially symmetrical
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actinomorphic

regular; radially symmetrical; may be bisected into similar halves in at least two planes. Generally applies to flowers in which the perianth segments within each whorl are alike in size and shape; compare irregular, regular, zygomorphic.
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actinomorphic

having radially arranged floral segments which are more or less equal in size and shape, referring to a flower, calyx or corolla. cf. zygomorphic
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Actinomorphic

Radially symmetrical or having more than one plane of symmetry
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Actinomorphic

radially symmetrical
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Actinomorphic

Radially symmetrical or having more than one plane of symmetry
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