Perigynous

• (a.) Having the ovary free, but the petals and stamens borne on the calyx; -- said of flower such as that of the cherry or peach.
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perigynous

<plant biology> Of perianth segments and stamens, arising from a cup or tube (hypanthium) that is free from the ovary but extending above its base. ... Compare: hypogynous, epigynous. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Perigynous

Pe·rig'y·nous adjective [ Prefix peri- + Greek ... woman.] (Botany) Having the ovary free, but the petals and stamens borne on the calyx; -- said of flower such as that of the cherry or peach.
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Perigynous

A perigynous plant is one which has stamens situated around the pistil or ovary.
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Perigynous

Borne around the ovary and not beneath it, as when calyx, corolla and stamens are borne on the edge of a cup-shaped hypanthium; such cases are said to exhibit perigyny.
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perigynous

borne around the ovary, i.e. of perianth segments and stamens arising from a cup-like or tubular extension of receptacle (free from the ovary but extending above its base); cf. epigynous, hypogynous.
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Perigynous

Descriptive of a flower that has a hypanthium surrounding, but not fused to or completely enclosing the ovary(ies).
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perigynous

perigyny, perigynous 1. Situated around the pistil or ovary: said of the stamens when growing upon some part surrounding the ovary (either the calyx, or the corolla, or the edge of the hollowed receptacle); also said of a flower in which the stamens are so placed. 2. Having sepals, petals, and stamens around the edge of a cuplike receptacle contain...
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Perigynous

situated around but not attached to the ovary directly, describing a flower whose stamens and pistils are joined to the calyx tube and the ovary is superior
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Perigynous

situated around but not attached to the ovary directly, describing a flower whose stamens and pistils are joined to the calyx tube and the ovary is superior
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