campanulate


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Synonyms for campanulate

shaped like a bell or campana

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Once through the makeshift wooden gatehouse through the City wall behind the Tower (a portal inhabited, according to the disapproving John Stowe, by 'persons of lewde life', like the entrance to the Bower of Bliss in the Second Book of The Faerie Queene) Spenser hurried schoolward, diminutive in the dawn that etched upon his vision wharves, sails (three-masters below London Bridge), steeples, church-towers castellated and campanulate, alleys and sudden water-gates, and the belfries of the 107 parish-churches, many of whose names, at once droll and circumstantial, he knew as well as he did their distinguishing chimes.
Floral cup shape: hemisphaeric = 0; campanulate = 1; obconic = 2; patelliform = 3; urceolate = 4.
No--UENF Procedence Fruit type Plant growth habit 1616 Vicosa - MG lady's finger Intermediate 1624 Campos - RJ lady's finger Erect 1629 Campos - RJ lady's finger Intermediate 1639 Commercial company cambuci Intermediate 1732 Campos - RJ cambuci Intermediate No--UENF Fruit Fruit Shape Resistance Color to PepYMV 1616 Orange Elongate - 1624 Red Elongate + 1629 Red Elongate - 1639 Red Campanulate - 1732 Red Campanulate + (1/) (-) = susceptible to PepYMV; (+) resistant to PepYMV.
If a flower is campanulate, what is it shaped like?
1 cm wide, fleshy, campanulate when young to broadly plano-convex when mature, umbonate, central umbo, orange-brown to pinkish brown, fibrillose; fibrils orange brown, fine, stretches towards margins, uniformly distributed over white ground around orange brown umbo; context white, soft, slightly thick at disc, margins dentate and fragile; remains unchanging on bruising or cut.
Staminate inflorescences capitate, 10-12 flowered in a single raceme, peduncle to 10 mm long, pedicels up to 1 mm long; perianth campanulate, 6 mm long, 6-lobed, each lobe 1 mm long; stamens 6 alternate with perianth lobes, anthers bilocular, dorsifixed, elliptic < 1 mm diameter, extrorse, generally 1 or 2 reduced to staminodes; the fine filaments connate basally, borne at the base of a pistillode 3 mm long; lower part of the perianth reduced to 2 or 3 small involucral bracts; indumentum densely short velutinous.
Thorax: Pronotum: Campanulate, weakly biconvex, width of callosite region slightly greater than posterior lobe (Fig.
10 mm in diameter at the apex, green, glabrous, sepals oblong-elliptic, apex obtuse and slightly emarginate, 27-34 x 17-18 mm, inconspicuously and sparsely white-lepidote inside, glabrous outside, free, ecarinate, yellowish-green, distinctly convex, thinly coriaceous except for the thicker base, petals narrowly ovate, apex narrowly emarginate, 55-58 x 22 mm, pale yellow, connate at the base for 3-4 mm, suberect and distinctly recurved toward the apex, forming a campanulate corolla 30-40 mm in diameter at the apex, bearing at the base 2 sublinear, acuminate to bidentate, 12-13 x 2 mm appendages adnate to the petals for ca.
Disk campanulate, foveolate; cervical sulcus moderately deep, extending from near coxal cavity to about 0.
Involucres campanulate, 6-9 mm long, pedicels 1-5 mm long; lobes 5, 2-3 mm long, erose to fimbriate; glands 5, round, 1.
Hydrothecae strongly campanulate, 640-975 [micron]m long, 275-398 [micron]m wide at margin, 69-76 [micron]m wide at basal annular thickening; hydrothecal walls with thin perisarc, convex just above basal chamber, quite straight elsewhere.
polymorphic, conic to convex, convexplane or campanulate, regular or irregular, sometimes papillate, or subumbilicate, hygrophanous, yellowish pale to chocolate-brown, orangish-brown or cinnamonbrown, smooth, sublubricous, sometimes with white floccose scales from the veil at the margin.