bilabiate


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • adj

Synonyms for bilabiate

having two lips

Synonyms

References in periodicals archive ?
Corolla gamopetalous, tubular-campanulate, infundibuliform, campanulate or hypocrateriform, sometimes with bilabiate apex, aestivation imbricate, zygomorphic; stamens included or exserted, 4, rarely reduced to 2, didynamous, staminode reduced, glabro, rarely elongate and pilose; filaments adnate to the corolla at the base; anthers commonly divergent, generally glabrous, rarely pilose; pollen grains many, in monads, rarely in tetrads or polyads; nectariferous disk generally present; gynoecium bicarpellate, bilocular; ovary superior, multiovulate, placentation axial, stigma bilamelate, lobes sensitive (closing after contact with pollinator).
8 cm, green, tubular, bilabiate, lepidote, without rifts, without nectaries; corolla 5-9 x ca.
8 cm; limb oblique, bilabiate, upper lip formed by the two dorsal and two lateral rounded and revolute lobes, 0.
The corolla is yellow, slightly oblique in the calyx, long, narrow and bilabiate (Figures 2C); the four lobes of the upper lip are revolute, and the ventral lobe is very broadly oblong, with anthers and stigma exserted from the corolla (Figures 2A).
Interior corolla-tube whitish & completely covered with marked reticulation, stigma vertically bilabiate & situated beside anthers P.
In Myrsinaceae some buzzpollinated taxa have a monosymmetric androecium (Ardisia speciosa, personal observation), and Coris has a bilabiate corolla (Stahl & Anderberg, 2004).
fuscihirta, with the base oblique, the apex acuminate and the margin irregularly dentate; pedicel short; calyx pale green or green-yellow with margin laciniate; corolla cylindrical, yellow; four stamens with filaments pilose, and stigma bilabiate and recurvated at maturity.
2 cm Corolla limb Sub-actinomorphic Bilabiate Distribution Colombia: Colombia: Cordillera Amazon, Oriental, 1600- Cordillera 1990 m Oriental, 200- 900 m.
the relatively species-poor Oreobolus and Azorella, both with small, inconspicuous flowers, Calceolaria has conspicuous bilabiate flowers and diversified pollination biology (Molau, 1988; Cosacov et al.
Cassini (1816, 1819) proposed the tribe Mutisieae to include the genera with bilabiate corollas considered by Lagasca (1811) in his Chaenanthophorae and by de Candolle (1812) in his Labiatiflorae.
Florets dimorphic or isomorphic; marginal florets bisexual or female, corolla bilabiate, outer lip expanded or not; central florets or all florets bisexual, with corolla tubular-funnelform, deeply five-lobed; anther apical appendages truncate, reddish, tails papillose; style bifid, branches dorsally papillose.
Florets dimorphic with a gradual transition from marginal to central florets, marginal florets female, corolla true ray, filiform to bilabiate with a minute inner lip, outer lip expanded or not, with or without staminodes; central florets bisexual, bilabiate to tubular-bilabiate; anther apical appendages acute, tails smooth; style bilobed, branches dorsally papillose.
From Greek bolos, whole, all, entire, and cheilos, lip, because of the capitula with all the corollas bilabiate.
Corollas villose, central florets tubular-funnelform with equal to unequal segments, marginal florets bilabiate to sub-ligulate; anther apical appendages obtuse, tails long to short; style bifid to bilobed, branches smooth to dorsally papillose above or above and below the branch bifurcation point; pappus generally of plumose bristles, the bristles constituted by barnadesioid hairs, scaly, or rarely absent.
morphic or slightly zygomorphic to bilabiate (Ferdinandusa); rarely staminal flowers forming a pseudanthium (Theligonum).