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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strobilus

A strobilus (plural: strobili) is a structure present on many land plant species consisting of sporangia-bearing structures densely aggregated along a stem.

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The spirally arranged sporophyll of the strobilus bears the spores in their sporangium. These spores on germination give rise to the gametophytic generation.

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Strobilus definition, a reproductive structure characterized by overlapping scalelike parts, as a pine cone or the fruit of the hop. See more.

www.plantscience4u.com/2014/04/lycopodium-strobilus-structure.html

Lycopodium strobilus. Stobilus is globular and sporophylls are arranged spirally and closely. Sporophylls bear sporangia on their adaxial surface. Sporangium ...

science.jrank.org/pages/3390/Horsetails.html

Horsetails are perennial plants, and they grow from underground systems of rhizomes. Horsetails develop specialized structures known as a strobilus (plural:  ...

www.plantscience4u.com/2014/05/notes-on-selaginella-systematic.html

Notes on Selaginella: Systematic Position, Plant body, Strobilus and more ... Unbranched midrib; Function: photosynthesis; Roots: Adventitious roots, ...

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A cone of a gymnosperm or of a seedless vascular plant such as a horsetail or a club moss. 2. Any of various similar structures, such as the female inflorescence ...

www.britannica.com/science/cone-plant-anatomy

Cone, also called strobilus, in botany, mass of scales or bracts, usually ovate in ... and function); gymnosperms (in gymnosperm) (in gymnosperm: Appearance of ...

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Jan 4, 2007 ... Home » Sporophylls » Testis » Thermoreceptor » Trace element » Strobilus. strobilus. A "cone" (such as the ones of pine trees). It is the fruiting ...

micro.magnet.fsu.edu/optics/olympusmicd/galleries/brightfield/equlsetummaturestrobilushigh.html

Horsetails (Equisetum arvense) are hollow-stemmed plants that anchor deep into the ground by an extensive, creeping root system.