A thread or threadlike object or appendage; a fiber;
the threadlike part of the stamen supporting the anther.
Stalk of the stamen that bears the anther.
A fine thread; in a stamen, the stalk supporting the anther.
(see: Parts of a Flower graphic.)
The thin, stalk that supports the anther.
The stem or stalk upon which the anther sits; together, the filament and anther make up the stamen, which is the male reproductive system (in the flower) of a plant.
In a flower, the slender stalk of the stamen.
fine stalk that holds up the anther
holds the anther up.
slender, threadlike process.
n. (L. filum, thread) the stalk bearing the anther.
Any thread-like structure, but is used especially to describe the part of the stamen which supports the anther.
Stalk of a stamen (Fig. 4.16).
Part of the stamen in a flower that supports the anther.
Slender wisp or drawn-out form of gaseous material moving outward from an object.
The part of a stamen that supports the anther. Commonly a very slender tube.
slender or tread-like structure, said of certain elongated fin rays in some fishes
The thin strand that holds the anther aloft.
a threadlike anatomical structure or chainlike series of cells
a very lightweight thread which does not have a stack associated with it
Anther-bearing stalk of a stamen; thread.
Structure that supports the anther so that it can disseminate pollen to flowers on the same plant or flowers on other plants.
A tubular structure supporting the anther
the part of a stamen which supports the anthers, also the appendices constituing the corona of the passionflowers, as seen on Passiflora edulis.
Part of the stamen in flowers. It supports the anther.
The thin thread like part of the stamen which carries the anther.
The part of the stamen that supports the anther, a stalk.
Stalk-like part of the stamen that supports the anther.
The part of the stamen that typically serves as a stalk for the anther.
A threadlike element of a bacterium; a hypha of a fungus.
stalk of stamen carrying anther
the stalk of an anther.
the stalk-like portion of the stamen.
a thread-like structure; that part of the stamen which supports the anther.
one thread or a skinny flexible threadlike object extending from a living organism; used to hold together
A stalk of a stamen bearing the anther at its tip.
The part of the stamen which supports the anther. The stalk of the stamen. See drawing of flower parts.
(FILL-uh-ment) -- The stemlike structure which supports the anther; a part of the stamen.
the long thin part of the stamen; male flower part that holds the anther.
The stalk of a stamen
Tube that supports the anther where pollen is produced.
thread-like portion of the stamen that supports the anther.
threadlike part of stamen that bears the anther.
the long thin structure that holds the anther.
the long shaft of a stamen atop which the anther is attached.
The slender stalks that hold a flower's pollen-bearing anthers and form one half of the stamen.
The part of a stamen (male reproductive part of a flower) that is shaped like and functions as a stalk, and has an anther at the top.
Supports anther (see diagram).
The filament is the part of the flower that holds the anther.