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capable of fertilizing female organs

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3] 50 ppm, respectively induced the first staminate flower at the lowest node in bitter gourd; and Arora et al.
The staminate flowers are more numerous than pistillate flowers, and produce both nectar and pollen, whereas pistillate flowers produce nectar only (Tepedino, 1981).
Thus anthesis, including pistillate and staminate stages lasts about 24 h.
The two collections cited by Kuijt (2003), the type from Bolivia and a second collection from Peru [Woytkowski 5740b (US)], have no staminate flowers to confirm the generic identity of this taxon.
We found that fruit set occurs after removal of either the distal spadix or the staminate flowers but not after removal of both.
Apache plume technically is polygamo-dioecious, producing three flower types: pistillate (fruit producing) and male-sterile with reduced stamens; staminate (male fertile), with large anthers on longer filaments, and pistils that fail to develop; and staminate-hermaphroditic with some fruit-producing flowers, typically at stem terminals (Henrickson, 2001).
Christy (1942), specifically referencing southwestern Pennsylvania, referred to hanging threads of cankerworm silk, withered staminate flowers, and scales of opening buds as constituents of nest tails.
Factors that influence the duration of the staminate and pistillate phases of Lobelia cardinalis flowers.
Staminate inflorescence with prophyll 14 cm long, 12 cm wide; bracts 7, carinate and more or less rostrate, light-brown, 24-136 cm long, 14-16.
An aliquot of the corbicular pollen from the 5th, 9th, 12th, 20th, 24th and 31st sample dates after start of staminate bloom was processed by acetolyzation, mounted to identify the pollen and counted in the light microscope by fields at 400X (Jones and Bryant 1998).
Those containing only stamens are logically called staminate flowers, and those lacking stamens but having carpels are termed either pistillate or carpellate.
The plants are polygamodioecious with about 5% of the population producing exclusively staminate (male) flowers and 4050% producing mainly male flowers and a few bisexual flowers (andromonoecious) while the remaining 40-50% produces only the pistillate (female) flowers.
35 mm long (with extended petals), sessile, slightly fragrant, perfect flowers not detected, prevailing staminate ones; Sepals ca.
1] hybrid filament floret genus gibberellin guard cell hermaphroditic horticulture imperfect incomplete inflorescence intergeneric hybrid interspecific hybrid intraspecific hybrid leaf (leaflet) lenticel meristem monocot (monotyledon) monoecious nomenclature organelle osmosis ovary ovule pedicel peduncle perfect petal petiole petiolule phloem pistil pistillate rachis receptacle rhizome root cap root hair sepal sessile source-to-sink movement species spur stamen staminate stigma stipule stolon stomate storage organ style taxonomy thorn/spine trichome tuber tuberous root tunic venation xylem zone of cell elongation