... from which the gynoecium is fashioned is the carpel
. ... If a gynoecium has a single carpel
, it is called monocarpous. ... A gynoecium ... pistils. A pistil may consist of a single free carpel
, or be formed from a ... ...
... of pollination that can occur when a flower has both stamen and a carpel
in which the cultivar or species is self fertile and the stamens and the sticky stigma of the carpel
contact each other to accomplish pollination . The term is inaccurately ...
... ovule-bearing organ of a flower, including the stigma, style, and ovary. ... Each pistil is constructed of one to many rolled leaflike ... carpel
n. One of the structural units of a pistil , representing a modified, ovule-bearing leaf. [New Latin carpellum , from Greek karpos , fruit. ...
... In the flowering plants, an ovary is a part of the female reproductive organ of the flower or gynoecium. Specifically, it is the part of the carpel
which holds the ovule(s) and is located above or below or at the point ... Online Medical Dictionary and glossary with medical ... Each ovary ...
... in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References reproduction in plants ( in angiosperm (plant): Ovules; ... initiation of the carpel
wall, one or two integuments arise near the base of the ovule primordium, grow in a rimlike fashion, and enclose the nucellus, leaving only a ...
... The Arabidopsis gynoecium initiates development as a continuous ring of tissue ... Within the gynoecium , CRC is localized to two domains, the carpel
outer ... TOUSLED participates in apical tissue formation during gynoecium development in Arabidopsis. ... Arabidopsis gynoecium structure ...