Angiosperms - Floral structures
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Updated on 28/04/2016
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A unisexual flower means A flower that possesses either stamens or carpels but not both, it is either a male flower or female. The plants can, however, be monoecious of dioecious. Unisexual flowers can be found in many families of angiosperms. In the diagram, it is Giant Alocasia of Family Araceae. The male flowers are towards the top and the female flowers are towards the bottom (small white dots in green background). The flowers are arranged in Spadix type of inflorescence.
Biodiversity Laboratory II
Very informative description. It will be even better if the photo is clearer with labels/ tags.
petal , sepal , pileus , suspensor , stipe , Labellum , columella , sporangium , pistil , zygosporangium
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