Monocarpellary
Monocarpellary Mon`o*car"pel*la*ry, a. [Mono- + carpellary.] (Bot.) Consisting of a single carpel, as the fruit of the pea, cherry, and almond. [1913 Webster]

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  • monocarpellary — [män΄ōkär′pə ler΄ē] adj. consisting of or having only a single carpel …   English World dictionary

  • monocarpellary — /mon euh kahr peuh ler ee/, adj. Bot. consisting of a single carpel. [1860 65; MONO + CARPELLARY] * * * …   Universalium

  • monocarpellary — mono·carpellary …   English syllables

  • monocarpellary — /mɒnoʊˈkapələri/ (say monoh kahpuhluhree) adjective consisting of a single carpel …   Australian English dictionary

  • monocarpellary — | ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷+ adjective Etymology: mon + carpellary : consisting of a single carpel compare polycarpellary …   Useful english dictionary

  • Pandanales — ? Pandanales …   Wikipedia Español

  • dorsal suture — noun : the outer suture of a pod or other monocarpellary fruit that is the midrib of the carpellary leaf from which the fruit is formed * * * dorsal suture noun The seam at the midrib of a carpel • • • Main Entry: ↑dorsal …   Useful english dictionary

  • monocarpous — pəs adjective Etymology: New Latin monocarpus, from mon + carpus carpous : having a single ovary a monocarpous gynoecium especially : monocarpellary …   Useful english dictionary

  • monomerous — məˈnämərəs adjective Etymology: Greek monomerēs of one part, from mon + meros part more at merit 1. a. of a flower : having a single member in each whorl b. : monocarpellary …   Useful english dictionary

  • polycarpellary — “+ adjective Etymology: poly + carpellary : consisting of several carpels compare monocarpellary …   Useful english dictionary

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