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*  Pollination
When a pollen grain lands close enough to the tip of an ovule, it is drawn in through the micropyle ( a pore in the integuments ... The pollen is released from the anther within the flower or the pollen on the anther grows a tube down the style to the ovules ... Meanwhile, the ovules produce megaspores by meiosis, further division of these form the female gametophytes, which are very ... One nucleus fuses with the polar bodies to produce the endosperm tissues, and the other with the ovule to produce the embryo ...
*  Cytoplasmic male sterility
... either because the male sporophyte and gametophyte are less protected from the environment than the ovule and embryo sac, or ...
*  Self-incompatibility
The strength of a CSI response can be defined, as the ratio of crossed to selfed ovules, formed when equal amounts of cross and ... Sage, T. L., F. Strumas, W. W. Cole, and S. C. H. Barrett (1999). "Differential ovule development following self- and cross- ... Waser N. M. & M. V. Price (1991). "Reproductive costs of self-pollination in Ipomopsis aggregata (Polemoniaceae): are ovules ... ovule fertilization and embryo development is halted at one of its stages and consequently no seeds are produced. SI is one of ...
*  Ovule
The ovary of the gynoecium produces one or more ovules and ultimately becomes the fruit wall. Ovules are attached to the ... In gymnosperms such as conifers, ovules are borne on the surface of an ovuliferous (ovule-bearing) scale, usually within an ... Ovule orientation may be anatropous, such that when inverted the micropyle faces the placenta (this is the most common ovule ... The ovule appears to be a megasporangium with integuments surrounding it. Ovules are initially composed of diploid maternal ...
*  Eusideroxylon zwageri
There is a one locular ovary with a basal placentation; one ovule; a subsessile stigma, which is discoid or capitate. The fruit ...
*  Poikilospermum
Ligulistigma) stigma; the ovule is orthotropous. The seeds have little or no endosperm. The cotyledons are ovate. Plants of the ...
*  Birch
The ovary is compressed, two-celled, and crowned with two slender styles; the ovule is solitary. Each scale bear a single small ...
*  Sclerosperma
... the ovule is ± pendulous. The fruit is spherical, indented, becoming purple or black when ripe. The mesocarp is thin, the ...
*  Maclura pomifera
The ovule is solitary. The mature multiple fruit's size and general appearance resembles a large, yellow-green orange, 10 to 13 ...
*  Cyphophoenix alba
The three stigmas are prominent and reflexed nearing antithesis; the ovule is pendulous. The ovoid fruit is red to brown at ...
*  Dorstenia indica
Ovule pendulous, style lateral. The fruit is a crustaceous achene, sunken, 2 mm. As with other Dorstenia species, the seeds are ...
*  Sommieria
The three stigmas are apical and reflexed; the ovule is pendulous. The red epicarp of the small round fruit breaks away in age ...
*  Anemone
The pistils have one ovule. The flowers have nectaries, but petals are missing in the majority of species. The fruits are ovoid ...
*  Hernandiaceae
Ovules pendulous; anatropous; bitegmic; crassinucellate. Endosperm formation cellular. The fruit in some species is not fleshy ...
*  Liriodendron tulipifera
Ovary one-celled; style acuminate, flattened; stigma short, one-sided, recurved; ovules two. Fruit: Narrow light brown cone, ...
*  Echinodorus
... ovules 1; style terminal or lateral. Fruits plump, often longitudinally ribbed, sometimes flattened, rarely abaxially keeled, ...
*  Clerodendrum
Ovules 4. Style terminal on the ovary, bifid. Fruit a drupe, usually with 4 grooves or lobes, 4-seeded (rarely 2-seeded by ...
*  Asimina triloba
Ovary one-celled; stigma sessile; ovules many. Branchlets: light brown, tinged with red, marked by shallow grooves. Winter buds ...
*  Catalpa bignonioides
Ovules numerous. Fruit: Long slender capsule, nearly cylindrical, two-celled, partition at right angles to the valves. Six to ...
*  Ovary (botany)
See Ovule#Location within the plant. An obturator is present in the ovary of some plants, near the micropyle of each ovule. It ... The ovules are attached to parts of the interior ovary walls called the placentae. Placental areas occur in various positions, ... Specifically, it is the part of the pistil which holds the ovule(s) and is located above or below or at the point of connection ... The locules contain the ovules (seeds), and may or may not be filled with fruit flesh. Depending on the number of locules in ...
*  Glossary of botanical terms
anatropous When an ovule is inverted so that the micropyle faces the placenta (this is the most common ovule orientation in ... placenta the tissue within an ovary to which the ovules are attached. placentation the arrangement of ovules inside ovary; for ... campylotropous when the ovule is oriented transversely (i.e. with its axis at right angles to its stalk) and with a curved ... seed a ripened ovule, consisting of a protective coat enclosing an embryo and food reserves; a propagating organ formed in the ...
*  Sida acuta
III) Ovule 1 in each locule; seed 1 in each mericarp. Species- S.acuta I) Leaf base obtuse, apex acute. Vernacular name[6]- ... Gynoecium- Carples 5, syncarpous, ovary superior,penta or multilocular with axile placentation, one ovule in each locule; style ...
*  Lupinus latifolius var. barbatus
Ovules 6-7. Fruit 2-4½ cm, quite densely hairy. Seeds 3-4 mm, mottled dark brown. Klamath lupine is distributed from ...
*  Plant
The integument becomes a seed coat, and the ovule develops into a seed. Seed plants can survive and reproduce in extremely arid ... A megasporangium invested in protective layer called an integument is known as an ovule. After fertilisation by means of sperm ... Early seed plants are gymnosperms, as the ovules and subsequent seeds are not enclosed in a protective structure (carpels or ... Pollen typically lands directly on the ovule. Four surviving groups remain widespread now, particularly the conifers, which are ...
*  Viburnum lentago
The pistil has a one-celled inferior ovary, the style thick, short, light green, and the stigma broad; there is one ovule in ...