Bracteole

• (n.) Same as Bractlet.
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bracteole

(from the article `angiosperm`) ...When the flowers are borne in an inflorescence, the peduncle is the internode between the bract and the inflorescence; the internode between the ... ...stage in the mature seed. A seed consists of an embryo with two seed leaves (cotyledons), a stem axis, and a root, embedded in nutritive tissue of ... ...
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bracteole

bractlet noun a small bract
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Bracteole

Brac'te·ole noun [ Latin bracteola , dim. of bractea . See Bractea .] (Botany) Same as Bractlet .
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Bracteole

A reduced bract, often secondary to larger, main bracts.
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Bracteole

A secondary bract.
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Bracteole

A secondary bract.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/22038

Bracteole

a small bract below a flower
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Bracteole

a small bract below a flower
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bracteole

a small bract-like structure borne singly or in a pair on the pedicel or calyx of a flower. adj. bracteolate
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bracteole

A small bract-like structure borne singly or in pairs on the pedicel or calyx of a flower. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Bracteole

Bractlet.
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Bracteole

Secondary bract at the base of secondary branches of the flower stalk
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/22113

Bracteole

Secondary bract at the base of secondary branches of the flower stalk
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bracteole

small bracts borne singly or in pairs on the pedicel or calyx.
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Bracteole

When a plant has a branched inflorescence the base of the inflorescence may have one or more bracts. Other bracts within the inflorescence can be referred to as bracteoles.
Found on http://www.botanicalkeys.co.uk/flora/content/glossary.html

bracteole

[n] - a small bract
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