Monday, April 27, 2009

"I need a help..." Delonix Regia and Dendrobium flower...?

"I need a help..." What are the special features ( Delonix Regia and Dendrobium flower ) have to ensure the success of their fertilization?

And... What's the

- family

- type of ovary

- symetry of flower

"I need a help..." Delonix Regia and Dendrobium flower...?

Family- Leguminosae ; Sub-family- Caesalpineae.

Type of Ovary-- Monocarpellary , superior, unilocular , with Parietal placentation. Fruit is a legume or pod.

Symmetry of flower-- Bilaterally symmetrical or zygomorphic flowers.

Success of fertilization ? - It is ensured once pollination is accomplished.

It is insect pollinated and they are attracted by large showy flowers.

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Family-- Orchidaceae of Monocot plants

Type of ovary- Tricarpellary , syncarpous, inferior , unilocular , with parietal placentation.

Fruit is a capsule with a hge number of small dust like seeds(Hence the entire group of orchids is called ' microspermae'

here spermos means seeds and not ususal sperms that everybody knows, ( Remember Angiosperms?).

Symmetry of flowers-- Bilaterally symmetrical or Zygomorphic.

Success of fertilization is ensured by nature once pollination is accomplished.

Pollination is by insects that are attracted by showy flowers.

click the link below for pictures-

Ok thank you.
Reply: this site should help you and if you look down the list on the left hand side you will find the other flower you are looking for.
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