- / ovulate strobilusFemale cone; megasporangiate strobilus.
Expanded glossary of Cycad terms . 2014.
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male cone — Pollen bearing strobilus. See also microsporangiate strobilus, pollen cone. Cf. female cone, megasporangiate strobilus, ovulate cone, seed cone … Expanded glossary of Cycad terms
female cone — Seed bearing strobilus. See also megasporangiate strobilus, ovulate cone, seed cone. Cf. microsporangiate strobilus, pollen cone … Expanded glossary of Cycad terms
seed cone — Female cone; ovulate cone; megasporangiate strobilus. Cf. pollen cone … Expanded glossary of Cycad terms
gymnosperm — gymnospermism, n. /jim neuh sperrm /, n. Bot. a vascular plant having seeds that are not enclosed in an ovary; a conifer or cycad. Cf. angiosperm. [1820 30; < NL gymnospermae name of type. See GYMNO , SPERM] * * * Any woody plant that reproduces… … Universalium
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megasporangiate strobilus — , less correctly megastrobilus. Seed bearing cone, seed cone, or ovulate cone; less correctly female cone. Cf. microsporangiate strobilus … Expanded glossary of Cycad terms
Ovule — This article is about the plant structure. For animal ovules, see ovum. Micropyle and Ovular redirect here. For the structure in animals, see Micropyle (zoology). For the shape, see oval. Location of ovules inside a Helleborus foetidus flower… … Wikipedia
reproductive system, animal — Introduction any of the organ systems by which animals reproduce. The role of reproduction is to provide for the continued existence of a species; it is the process by which living organisms duplicate themselves. Animals compete with… … Universalium
Welwitschiaceae — ▪ gnetophyte family a family of southwestern African desert plants in the gymnosperm order Gnetales, named for its single genus, Welwitschia. tumboa plants (W. mirabilis), constituting the only species, have deep taproots and resemble giant … Universalium