(Greek: in botany, a suffix combining form meaning, "having a certain number or a certain shape of petals")
Made double by having the stamens changed into petals.
In botany, with unequal petals.
Having two petals.
Having nine petals.
With reference to a flower, having the corolla in one piece or the petals united so as to form a tube; also known as gamopetalous and sympetalous.
Literally, having many petals; but commonly used for having the petals distinct or separate, not coherent or united.
Having narrow petals.
Having the petals united; gamopetalous.
Having four petals.
Having, or consisting of, three petals.
A corolla rarely consists of one petal, and when this occurs, it depends on the abortion or non-development of others; such a corolla is quite distinct from monopetalous.
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