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Strobilus

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

Strobilus | Define Strobilus at Dictionary.com

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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.

Strobilus - definition of strobilus by The Free Dictionary

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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 ...

Strobilus | definition of strobilus by Medical dictionary

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Looking for online definition of strobilus in the Medical Dictionary? strobilus ... in the central area of the retina, where the function of acute vision is located.

cone | plant anatomy | Britannica.com

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May 12, 2015 ... Cone, also called strobilus, in botany, mass of scales or bracts, usually ... gnetophytes (in gnetophyte: Reproductive structures and function) ...

megasporangium | plant anatomy | Britannica.com

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function. in plant (biology): Heterosporous life histories ...sporophyte produces ... Accordingly, strobili bear megasporophylls that contain megasporangia, which ...

microsporangium | plant anatomy | Britannica.com

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function in plant reproduction ... Accordingly, strobili bear megasporophylls that contain megasporangia, ... in gnetophyte: Reproductive structures and function.

Selaginella - Home Page for Ross Koning

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Closer examination of the strobili of Selaginella reveals that the sporangia are different in ... the dispersal of male structures is a function of the microsporangium .

Pine Cones

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These "male cones" are properly called microsporangiate strobili, which is not an easy common usage term. Also the term "catkins" (from cat tails) which is used ...

Horsetails - Cronodon

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The strobilus has no central pith cavity, being generally solid, and vascular bundles ... way parenchyma function as a pressurised (water-filled) cellular solid.

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Lycopodium strobilus Structure | Plant Science 4 U

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Lycopodium strobilus. Stobilus is globular ... Collenchyma Structure and Function ... Notes on Selaginella: Systematic Position, Plant body, Strobilus and more.

Horsetail (Equisetum) Mature Strobilus - Molecular Expressions

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

Horsetails - Plants, Species, Occurs, and Equisetum - JRank Articles

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