gynoecium


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a female gametoecium

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Comparative floral morphology and anatomy of Anacardiaceae and Burseraceae (Sapindalcs), with a special focus on gynoecium structural evolution.
Thus, the bifunctional YABBY transcription factors have an important role in driving the evolution of the leaf and gynoecium, as well as in the initiation, growth, and structural organization of almost all aboveground lateral organs, and in the control of shoot apical meristem organization and activity.
ARF6 and ARF8 have been reported in regulating gynoecium and stamen development in immature flowers and their transcripts are cleaved by miR167 (Zhang et al., 2008).
Flowers of female and male plants have a developed gynoecium. No abnormalities were found in the ovary of the male flowers.
The gynoecium consists of three fused carpels, each containing a single ovule; the fruit is a capsule maturing up to three seeds.
Aspicarpa steinmannii is immediately shown to belong in the Aspicarpa/ Gaudichaudia complex by the following characters: leaves eglandular except for the tiny tail-like marginal outgrowths near the base of the lamina of some leaves; stamens five, opposite sepals; gynoecium with a single style, the stigma terminal and capitate; samaras with well-developed lateral wings; each samara attached to the receptacle by a cartilaginous carpophore.
In addition to this, some plants, due to genetic reasons (incompatibility between pollen grain and gynoecium, polyploid) or undesirable environmental conditions (such as inappropriateness of temperature and relative humidity for pollination) don't produce seed and the vegetative reproduction must be used to proliferate them.
The secondary inflorescences were immersed in the inoculation medium and swirled gently to allow the intake of Agrobacterium harbouring the pCAMSS vector into the flower gynoecium. The transformed plants were kept in the dark and wrapped with plastic overnight to maintain humidity.
Fruits form as the result of the development and differentiation of the gynoecium after fertilization.
The androecium consists of four stamens, two long (1.5-2.0 mm) and two short (1.0-1.5 mm) and the gynoecium has superior ovary, multicarpelar and a long style (1.5-2.0 mm) with bifid stigma.
Similar tendency was noticed in case of stigma, style and ovary of carpel of gynoecium of passion flower.
americanus, has been described as having dioecious, unisexual flowers with either stamens or gynoecium aborting (Green 1958; Nesom 2012).