A simple pistil or single-celled ovary or seed vessel, or one of the parts of a compound pistil, ovary, or seed vessel. See Illust of Carpaphore.
a simple pistil formed by a fruit-leaf folded lengthwise and united by
The female sporophyll within flower; floral organ that bears ovules in angiosperms; unit of compound pistil.
Modified leaf organ for reproduction. In cereals it is synonymous with the ovule.
The part of a flower which contains the ovules. Within a individual bloom, carpels are collectively called the pistil. Also see Bloom.
a simple pistil consisting of ovary, style and stigma, or element of a compound pistil.
The seed producing portion of the flower.
Carpels are located at the center of the flower. A carpel may form a simple pistil (the female reproductive organs of the flower), but a pistil may be composed of two or more fused carpels. The carpel is a modified leaf-like structure, enclosing one or more ovules. To learn how many carpels are in a pistil, count the number of divisions in the stigma; if the stigma is not divided, there is only one carpel.
The modified leaf forming the ovary, or a part of a compound ovary.
The female reproductive structure of a flower, consisting of an ovary, a style, and a stigma.
A simple pistil or ovule-bearing part of a flower.
the female part of the flower including the ovary, style, and stigma
n. (Gr. karpos, fruit) a simple pistil, regarded as a modified leaf; also, any of the two or more carpels that unite to form a compound pistil; the unit of structure of the female portion of a flower.
One of the units of a compound pistil; a simple pistil has one carpel.
part of the ovary, which develops into fruit.
A simple pistil or one of the modified leaflets forming a compound pistil.
car-pull Female reproductive organ found in flowers,. Is made of stigma, style and ovary.
The female part of the flower. A carpel consists of three parts: 1) the ovary, a swollen basal portion containing the ovule, which becomes the seed after fertilisation, 2) styles, extensions of the ovary and 3) stigmas, specialised filaments on which the pollen falls and germinates.
A simple pistil (modified leaf) or a single section of a compound pistil.
The female part of a flowering plant that contains the ovary. [KR
a simple pistil or one element of a compound pistil
a leaf which has been modified to produce ovules
Modified fertile leaf with the ovules. The pistil can have one or more carpels.
organ containing the female germ cells, may be free or part of an ovary.
The female reproductive organ of Flowering Plants.
a simple seed bearing organ, or one member of a compound organ (pistil).
The female organ of flower which contains the ovules, together with the style and stigma.
KAR-pel Leaflike structure in a flower that encloses ovules. 563
The structure that bears and encloses the ovules (egg-containing structures in the ovary).
structure within the ovary bearing ovules in the flower or seeds in the fruit.
one section of an ovary, corresponding to a single sporophyll
A flower's female reproductive organ, consisting of the stigma, style, and ovary and made of an inrolled leaf.
portion of a flower pistil that contains ovules; the ovules develop into seeds if fertilized by pollen
a division of the ovary or seed vessel.
a simple pistil or component of a compound pistil.
The female reproductive organ of a flower, consisting of the stigma, style and ovary.
a simple pistil, or one part of a compound pistil.
A foliar, ovule-bearing unit of a compound pistil, or a simple pistil.
the female part of the center whorl of a flower. Also known as the pistil.
the central whorl of modified floral leaves. Collectively known as the gynoecium, or the floral organ that bears ovules.
an organ (generally believed to be a modified foliar unit) at the centre of a flower, bearing one or more ovules and having its margins fused together or with other carpels to enclose the ovule(s) in an ovary, and consisting also of a stigma and usually a style.
the female organ of a flower. (Greek karpos, fruit)
The female part of the flowering plant. It is made up of the stigma, style and ovary.
The wall of a simple pistil, or part of the wall of a compound pistil.
a general term covering the ovules, ovary, style and stigma.
A floral leaf bearing ovules
unit structure of a compound pistil.
A unit of the ovary which may be separate and distinct, or joined or fused
a simple or compound pistil that bears the ovule(s) in a flower
a structure that encloses an egg in angiosperms, composed of ovary, style, and stigma.
A unit of the pistil; it is evolutionarily a modified leaf.
A leaf like section of a flower's female reproductive parts(Pistil) and that contains the ovules. Cut open a grapefruit. Each of the little sections is the remnant of a carpel.
Floral part of the plant containing the ovaries.
Part of the ovary in a flower (see diagram).
(also called Pistil) Female part of a flowering plant consisting of ovary with ovules and stigma/stamen structures to receive pollen.