Furnished with stamens; producing stamens.
Having stamens, but lacking pistils.
a., producing or consisting of stamens; flowers with stamens but not pistils.
flower: the female flower containing the gynoecium of a monoecious, diclinous species (e.g. maize) or a dioecious species (e.g. fig or hop).
Containing stamen but not the pistil.
An imperfect flower with stamens or pollen producing structures, but with no pistil, or seed producing structure.
bearing the stamens, male parts of the flower (see pistillate)
Having stamens, but no pistil.
With stamens, but lacking a pistil; "male".
male, pollen producing.
flower has stamens but usually no pistils.
A flower or plant that has only stamens. A male plant or flower.
having only stamens (lacking pistillate (seed producing) organs).
unisexual (flower) with only male reproductive organs.
Staminate (or "male") flowers are ones which have functional stamens, capable of producing pollen—but either have no ovary at all, or an ovary which is not fertile.
A flower with one or more stamens, but no pistil.
Referring to flowers with stamens and no functional pistils; male.