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one of the green parts that form the calyx of a flower

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Genotypes number D63 and E6 had the highest Sepals length (8,00 and 9,00mm, respectively).
australis, from which it differs by the small stature (5 m tall, exceptionally more), laciniate stipules, membranaceous leaf blade with 8-11 lateral veins per side and margin not revolute, 2-forked dichasia (each 1 x 1 cm) axillary to the distal most leaves, tetramerous and pentamerous flowers, dark red, erose, reddish sepal margins, latrorse anthers, and slightly veined samaras 18-20 x 5-7 mm, with two locules, one of which is sterile (versus large trees to 40 m tall, entire stipules, subchartaceous leaf blade with 4-6 lateral veins per side and margin revolute, 4 to 6-forked dichasia (each 3.
The beetles attacked passion fruit flowers and lodged themselves in the sepals, petal, and corona, and perforated the sepals and ovary.
This is a tri-coloured species with sepals and petals being reddish-brown, and the labellum being orange with purple overlay in the centre.
It is obtained from fresh rose blossom comprising the petals and sepals of roses of the species Rosa damascena Mill.
Calyx asymmetrical, sepals free, unequal, lanceolate, 1.
From the base of the two prominent, blue petals arise three tiny sepals (modified petals), each like a flower itself with three yellow lobes and a dark maroon center.
SEM specimen mounting glue or the adhesive from double-side mounting tape was placed onto the tip of a forcep, and this sticky forcep tip was then used to pull bracteoles, sepals, or petals of the flower bud with greater precision than was possible without the adhesive method.
These flowers contain 5 sepals which are triangular and flat, 5 tiny, separated petals, and 5 stamens.
What is the collective name for the sepals of a flower?
The lateral sepals are paler violet, and the broad lip forms a pale-yellow throat (Fig.