Hypogynous

Hy·pog'y·nous adjective [ Prefix hypo- + Greek ... woman, female: confer French hypogyne .] (Botany) Inserted below the pistil or pistils; -- said of sepals, petals, and stamens; having the sepals, petals, and stamens inserted below the pistil; -- said of a flower or a plant. ...
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hypogynous

<plant biology> Arising below the level of insertion of the ovary (often applied, loosely, to a flower in which the sepals, petals and stamens are inserted below the ovary). ... Compare: perigynous, epigynous. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Hypogynous

• (a.) Inserted below the pistil or pistils; -- said of sepals, petals, and stamens; having the sepals, petals, and stamens inserted below the pistil; -- said of a flower or a plant.
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hypogynous

hypogynous, hypogyny Situated below the pistils or ovary; said of the stamens of a flower when these grow on the receptacle and are not united to any other organ; also of plants having the stamens so placed.
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Hypogynous

with stamens, petals and sepals atteched below the ovary (compare epigynous)
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hypogynous

borne below the ovary; used to describe floral parts inserted below the ovary's level of insertion; cf. epigynous, perigynous.
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Hypogynous

Descriptive of flowers having the ovary(ies) superior and without a hypanthium. Return to Top I
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Hypogynous

Borne on the torus, or under the ovary; said of the stamens or petals.
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Hypogynous

with stamens, petals and sepals atteched below the ovary (compare epigynous)
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