Having a pistil or pistils; -- usually said of flowers having pistils but no stamens.
An imperfect flower with a pistil, or seed organ, but having no functional stamens (male pollen producing organs).
with pistils ; and usually employed in the sense of without stamens.
bearing the female parts of the flower
bearing or consisting of carpels
having gynoecia, or pistils, the ovule-bearing organ of a seed plant
Bearing pistils, but no stamen.
With pistils, but lacking stamens; "female".
flower with female parts but the male parts are absent.
A flower bearing pistils but no stamens.
The part of the leaf that contains female portions of flowers, or the pistils
having only pistils (lacking staminate (pollen-producing) organs).
n., said of a flower bearing a pistil or pistils but not stamens, may refer also to a plant having only pistillate flowers.
unisexual flower having only female reproductive organs.
Applied to spikelets bearing female parts only and to an inflorescence or a plant with female flowers.
Pistillate (or "female") flowers are ones which have a functional pistil, capable of producing seeds—but either have no stamens at all, or have stamens with anthers that are incapable of producing pollen.
A flower with one or more pistils, but no stamens.
Referring to flowers with pistils and no functional stamens; female.