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the part of the stamen that contains pollen

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the dehisced anthers and receptive stigma, iii) adherence of pollen grains to the body of the visitor, iv) role of the visitor in pollen deposition over conspecific stigma in controlled pollination experiment.
Simultaneously with the changes occurring in the walls of the microsporangia, four groups of hypodermal cells differentiated near each of the four corners of young anthers (Fig.
They have flowers all round the upright stem and inside the flowers, the anthers with the pollen are usually blue (although this may vary a little).
5-2 cm between the corolla dorsal lobes, uniformly shortly villous at opening, dorsal and lateral anthers 5-6 mm long, ventral anthers not barbate.
Hence the current study was initiated to explore anthers of cultivar Faisalabad long for their genotypic potential to develop embryogenic calli on different media and culture conditions.
Notably, there is not enough information about anther structure and male gametophyte developmental stages of Azalea alexander L.
Their anthers commonly dispense pollen through narrow slits rimmed with pointed teeth (Lodewick and Lodewick, 1999).
The "male" anthers are extracted from the stalk of wheat to cross-pollinate one species with another, in this case one of Lebanon's most vital crops.
In androecia, the anther and filament constitute the stamen, with pollen emerging from the anthers.
These stamens bear pale yellow anthers on filaments that are basally blue, distally white, and bearded by yellow moniliform trichomes (Figs.
anthers aten run an e but nce by Despite key players from their squad, the missing Panthers lined up with a strong team including Great Britain players Mark Horsman and Liam Corbett and European representative Josh Davey.
The new variety follows extensive breeding work to produce a lily that retains the colour of the original but has shrunken anthers that do not produce pollen.