SEPAL


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6 cm long, sepals that are free, lanceolate and with laciniate margins, and corollas that are sigmoid with 4 external appendages at the limb.
The calyx is the first whorl of organs to emerge, with the upper sepal first, followed by the simultaneous emergence of the lower sepals (Fig.
Petals, stamens and pistil from sporangiare meristem, and sepals, bracts and receptacle from receptacle meristem are formed, which is in accordance with findings of Majd and Jafari [11] and Jafari and Sharee [12].
In addition, the lateral sepals and floret size of the white hybrid are larger than those of the pale-mauve hybrid.
However, in Wettinia, flowers of some species, can have 3(-4) sepals and/or 3(-4) sepals (Uhl & Dransfield, 1987).
You should show the sepal, petal, stamens, and pistil(s) from each flower.
When not working, the press and talent gathered bag loads of freebies at some dozen swag locations, including hubs sponsored by Volkswagen, Fred Sepal, Motorola and Levi's.
Ultrapetala and other genes use these pathways to control the fate of cells, determining, for example, whether a meristematic cell will differentiate into a sepal or petal.