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Asteraceae or Compositae is an exceedingly large and widespread family of flowering plants ... The vernacular name "daisy", widely applied to members of this family, is derived from its Ol...

Daisy plant - Botanical-online.com

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Daisy (Bellis perennis) is a perennial plant, with herbaceous stems belonging to the plant family Compositae. ... The daisy flowers have a radiated structure .

Characteristics of Daisy Flowers | Home Guides | SF Gate

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The word "daisy" refers not to one single type of plant, but plants that produce flowers having common characteristics. Members of the aster family, daisies are ...

Plant Structures: Flowers - Colorado State University Extension

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Flowers are the reproductive structures of a flowering plant. ... Composite or Head – A daisy-type flower composed of ray flowers (usually sterile with attractive , ...

Parts of a Daisy Flower | Garden Guides

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Pollen are the male reproductive cells created by the daisy plant's flowers. ... Flower ovules are structures that contain the female reproductive parts of the daisy.

The Structure and Functions of Flowers - LeavingBio.net

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From the ovary, extends a tubular structure called the style and on the top of the style ... The reproductive structures in higher plants are contained within flowers.

Plants: Flower Structure | Biology teaching notes & drawings by D G ...

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Biology teaching notes and drawings on the structure of flowers, including buttercup, ... Tropical Vegetative Reproduction Daisy Flower Structure ... Maize Plant ...

Biology of Plants: Plant Parts - MBGnet

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Plants with stems, such as tree trunks, that are hard and do not bend easily. ... Stems can be herbaceous like the bendable stem of a daisy or woody like the ... the part of celery that we eat, is a special part of the leaf structure called a petiole.

daisy, Ox-eye - WeedInfo.ca

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Flower heads large and showy, daisy-like, 2.5 - 5 cm across, borne singly at ends of stems ... When crushed, all parts of the plant have a disagreeably sour odour. Flowers from early June to late autumn. top. Roots and Underground Structures.

Bellis perennis (daisy) | Plants & Fungi At Kew

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Daisy is a perennial plant, and flowers for much of the year. The upturned flower heads look like single flowers, but actually consist of a number of small, tightly ...

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What is the center of a daisy called? | Reference.com

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The center of a daisy is called the flower head or floral disc. Though ... The peduncle forms from the stem of the daisy plant and holds all of the composite flowers ...

daisy | plant | Britannica.com

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Dec 19, 2014 ... The plant has leafless flower stalks and hairy bracts (leaflike structures) below the flower heads. Some varieties of the English daisy have ...

Biology4Kids.com: Plants: Special Structures

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Biology4Kids.com! This tutorial introduces plant structure. ... insects and animals. Many of the flowers you see, like daisies, are actually dozes of small flowers ...