uniovulate


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having a single ovule

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The females then pollinate the receptive, uniovulate flowers and probe the flowers with their ovipositors attempting to lay eggs in the ovaries (Frank 1984; Herre 1989).
Flowers contain four uniovulate mericarps; hence, each flower can produce 0-4 single-seeded nutlets.
A unilocular, uniovulate gynoecium is constantly present in Asteraceae (Anderberg et al.
A typical palm flower is small (1-2 cm), with 3 imbricate sepals, 3 valvate petals, six stamens or staminodes, and 3 uniovulate carpels or a trifid pistillode.
However, it is not clear whether each uniovulate locule corresponds to a carpel.