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relating to or attached to the axis


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QTLs for the elongation of axile and lateral roots of maize in response to low water potential.
Mapping of QTLs for lateral and axile root growth of tropical maize.
possible enclosure in a persistent floral tube, a superior ovary with axile placentation, eight locules, loculicidal dehiscence, and possibly two rows of seeds (described as two seeds in each locule, but serial diagrams suggest the condition may be two or more rows of seeds per locule), and an undifferentiated seed coat.
The fruit has axile placentation, seven to 12 locules, loculicidal dehiscence, septa attached to the valves at dehiseence, and ca.
Internally, the axile placentation and six locules conform to Lagerstroemia morphology but these features are not limited to the genus or to the Lythraceae.
The extinct Minsterocarpum alatum Reid and Chandler (1933) from early Eocene beds at Sheppey, England is a four to six-loculed capsule, 16-22 mm long, with axile placentation and numerous seeds arranged in two rows in each locule.
Ovary (4-)5(-8)-locular, with axile to parietal placentation and many ovules per locule, superior; style usually impressed, little longer than ovary; stigma barely expanded, rarely lobed.
Ovary 5-locular, with axile and partly intruded parietal placentation, many ovules per locule, superior; style impressed; stigma barely expanded.
Ovary 4-10-locular, with axile placentation and only 1 to few ovules per locule, superior, sometimes with fleshy papillae; style continuous with the ovary; stigma truncate.
Ovary (4-)5-locular, with axile placentation, superior; style impressed; stigma truncate.
a superior ovary, syncarpous ovary with axile placentation, and capsular multilocular fruits; they are excluded from the Lythraceae by the presence of one or more non-lythracean character states.
monocephalus), while most Miconieae have axile placentation with expanded and/or somewhat divided placentae.
Gynoecium 2(-9) carpellate, but usually bicarpellate or occasionally 5-8-merous, rarely pseudomonomerous; syncarpous or apocarpous, (1-)2(-9) 1ocular; usually axile or parietal placentation, rarely free central, basal or apical; superior, semi-superior or inferior.
Gynoecium bicarpellate, syncarpous, superior, usually unilocular and oriented in the antero-posterior plane; surrounded by nectary-disk or distinct glands; placentation parietal (this occasionally bifid) or rarely free axile, seldom bilocular with axile placentation: style simple and terminal, with entire or bilobed, papillate stigma, rarely style wanting and stigmas decurrent on ovary (Lomatogonium); ovules usually numerous and anatropous.
Cronquist (1981) maintained that, in combination, its unique leaves, imbricate corolla lobes, and bilocular ovary with axile placentation make the Saccifoliaceae incongruous in the Gentianaceae.