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Facts about "Asteraceae"
anther dehiscenceintrorse +
anther fusionconnate +
appendage external texturehirsute +
appendage reliefpapillate +
array architecturecymiform +, corymbiform +, racemiform + and spiciform +
array developmentdeterminate + and indeterminate +
band architecturecontinuous +
band count1 +
band habitstigmatic +
base shapedecurrent +
blade architecturesimple + and compound +
bract derivationinvolucral +
branch architectureappendaged +
branch shapetruncate +
caudex internal texturewoody +
corolla architecture3-5-merous +, actinomorphic +, zygomorphic +, kinds + and liguliflorous +
corolla architecture or arrangementradiant +
corolla architecture or shapediscoid + and disciform +
embryo coursestraight +
enation shapesubulate +
face positionabaxial + and adaxial +
filament fusiondistinct +
filament fusion or positioninserted +
floret architecturepistillate +, staminate + and neuter +
floret reproductionbisexual + and neutral +
fruit architecturewinged + and alate +
fruit characterdispersed +
fruit internal texturedry +
fruit shapebeaked + and rostrate +
head architecturesessile + and each borne on a peduncle +
head arrangementsingly + and in usually determinate , rarely indeterminate , arrays +
head countsingle +
head developmentindeterminate +
leaf architecturestipulate +, petiolate + and sessile +
leaf arrangementalternate + and opposite +
line arrangementseparate + and contiguous +
line count2 +
line habitstigmatic +
margin shapepinnatifid + and palmatifid +
ovary architecture2-carpellate + and 1-locular +
ovary positioninferior +
ovule count1 +
ovule fixationattached +
ovule orientationanatropous +
papilla habitstigmatic +
pappus countsingle +
pericarp fragilitytough +
pericarp widththick +
petal fusionconnate +
receptacle architecturepaleate +, receptacular + and epaleate +
receptacle external texturebristly +, hairy + and bearing subulate enations +
receptacle shapeflat +, convex +, conic + and columnar +
root internal texturefibrous +
seed architectureexalbuminous +
seed count1 +
sepal ordinarymodifed +
stamen arrangementalternate +
stamen count5 +
stem internal texturefleshy +
stem locationunderground +
stem orientationerect +, prostrate + and ascending +
style architecture2-branched + and branched +
style count1 +
style fusionconnate + and distinct +
style reliefringed +
whole organism life styleannual +, biennial + and perennial +