triadelphous


triadelphous

triadelphous [trahy-uh-del-fuh s] ExamplesWord Origin adjective Botany.

  1. (of stamens) united by the filaments into three sets or bundles.

Origin of triadelphous First recorded in 1820–30; tri- + -adelphous Examples from the Web for triadelphous Historical Examples of triadelphous

  • Triadelphous, stamens united by their filaments into three bundles, 99.

    The Elements of Botany

    Asa Gray

  • Triadelphous (three brotherhoods), when the filaments are united in three sets or clusters, as in most species of Hypericum.

    The Elements of Botany

    Asa Gray

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