Definición de extrorse en inglés:

extrorse

Silabificación: ex·trorse
Pronunciación: /ekˈstrôrs
 
, ˈekˌstrôrs
 
/

adjetivo

Botany & Zoology
1Turned outward. The opposite of introrse.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • These pitchers are extrorse (face outward), and according to habitat can be red, green, yellow, or orange, and are as long as 21 cm.
  • These pollen sacs can face outward, in which case the stamens are called extrorse (eg, Ranunculaceae), or inward, in which case the stamens are called introrse.
1.1(Of anthers) releasing their pollen on the outside of the flower.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Anthers are juxtaposed, included in the corolla, extrorse and open longitudinally.
  • Extrorse anthers are somewhat concentrated in primitive dicots and primitive monocots and are rare in more advanced groups.
  • On the other hand, there is a correlation between extrorse anthers and short filaments:

Origen

mid 19th century: from late Latin extrorsus 'outward'(adverb).

Derivativos

extrorsely

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Anthers dehisce extrorsely 45–48 h after anthesis by which time the stigmas are completely dry.
  • In developing flowers the stamens are tightly appressed but soon mature centripetally and bend extrorsely at anthesis.

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