A strobilus (plural: strobili) is a structure present on many land plant species consisting of sporangia-bearing structures densely aggregated along a stem.
The spirally arranged sporophyll of the strobilus bears the spores in their sporangium. These spores on germination give rise to the gametophytic generation.
Strobilus definition, a reproductive structure characterized by overlapping scalelike parts, as a pine cone or the fruit of the hop. See more.
Lycopodium strobilus. Stobilus is globular and sporophylls are arranged spirally and closely. Sporophylls bear sporangia on their adaxial surface. Sporangium ...
Horsetails are perennial plants, and they grow from underground systems of rhizomes. Horsetails develop specialized structures known as a strobilus (plural: ...
Notes on Selaginella: Systematic Position, Plant body, Strobilus and more ... Unbranched midrib; Function: photosynthesis; Roots: Adventitious roots, ...
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 ...
Cone, also called strobilus, in botany, mass of scales or bracts, usually ovate in ... and function); gymnosperms (in gymnosperm) (in gymnosperm: Appearance of ...
Jan 4, 2007 ... Home » Sporophylls » Testis » Thermoreceptor » Trace element » Strobilus. strobilus. A "cone" (such as the ones of pine trees). It is the fruiting ...
Horsetails (Equisetum arvense) are hollow-stemmed plants that anchor deep into the ground by an extensive, creeping root system.