Hawthorn-blossom in section; parts adnate to whole face of ovary, and with each other beyond; another grade of perigynous.
In Umbelliferæ the epigynous condition is changed for the perigynous, &c.
These latter were classified according to whether the parts of the flower were hypogenous, perigynous, or epigynous.
Cherry-flower in section; petals and stamens adnate to tube of calyx,—perigynous.
perigynous, the petals and stamens borne on the calyx, 95, 99.
Also, instead of a perigynous disk, there are usually little scales on the receptacle, one behind each carpel.
perigynous, inserted on the calyx, that is, with the lower part of filament adnate to the calyx-tube.
Having sepals, petals, and stamens around the edge of a cuplike receptacle (the hypanthium) containing the pistil, as in flowers of the rose or cherry. Compare epigynous, hypogynous.