| Sir William Jackson Hooker - Botanic - 1821 - 6 pages
...(Crassulacece, Juss.) Cut. inferior, of one piece, many-cleft. Cor. sometimes monopetalous. Stamens **either equal in number to the petals and alternate with them, or** twice as many, half alternate and half opposite. Ovaries equal in number to the petals. Disk hypogynous.... | |
| Sir William Jackson Hooker - 1821 - 589 pages
...(Crassulacece, Juss.) Cal. inferior, of one piece, many-cleft. Cor. sometimes monopetalous. Stamens **either equal in number to the petals and alternate with them, or** twice as many, half alternate and half opposite. Ovaries equal in number to ihe petals. Disk hypogynous.... | |
| John Lindley - Botany - 1829 - 360 pages
...persistent, equal, with an imbricate aestivation. Petals 5, hypogynous. Stamens distinct, withering, **either equal in number to the petals and alternate with them, or** 2 3 or 4 times as many. Omnium single ; styles 3-5, either wholly distinct, or slightly connected at... | |
| John Lindley - Botany - 1829 - 360 pages
...with the sepals, hypogynous, unguiculate, with appendages at the base of the limb. Stamens hypogynous, **either equal in number to the petals, and alternate with them, or** having a tendency to double the number. Anthers roundish, versatile. Ovarium superior. Style filiform,... | |
| John Lindley - Botany - 1831 - 392 pages
...persistent, equal, with an imbricate estivation. Petals 5, hyp. "jynous. Stamens distinct, withering, **either equal in number to the petals and alternate with them, or** 2, 3, or 4 times as many. Otarium single ; styles 3-5, either wholly distinct, or slightly connected... | |
| Lewis Caleb Beck - Botany - 1833 - 471 pages
...persistent, equal, with an imbricate aestivation. Petals 5, hypogynous. Stamens distinct, withering, **either equal in number to the petals and alternate with them, or'.** or 3 or 4 times as many. Ovary single. Styles 3—5, ei'h' r wholly distinct or slightly connected... | |
| Lewis Caleb Beck - Botany - 1833 - 471 pages
...persistent, equal, with an imbricate aostivation. Petals 5, hypogynous. Stamens distinct, withering, **either equal in number to the petals and alternate with them, or** 2 or 3 or 4 times as many. Ovary single. Styles 3 — 5, either wholly distinct or slightly connected... | |
| Robert Wight, George Arnott Walker Arnott - Botany - 1834 - 480 pages
...like a lid. Petals equal to the segments of the calyx, perigynous, twisted in aestivation. Stamens **either equal in number to the petals and alternate with them, or** usually twice as many, the alternate ones of a different shape and perhaps never with fertile pollen... | |
| Robert Wight, George Arnott Walker Arnott - Plants - 1834 - 480 pages
...like a lid. Petals equal to the segments of the calyx, perigynous, twisted in aestivation. Stamens **either equal in number to the petals and alternate with them, or** usually twice as many, the alternate ones of a different shape and perhaps never with fertile pollen... | |
| John Lindley - 1835
...same laws of successive developement as leaves ; and, consequently, if their arrangement be normal, **they will be either equal in number to the petals, and alternate with them, or, if** more numerous, some regular multiple of the petals. 309. If they are twice the number of petals, two... | |
| |