Origin of anther
OTHER WORDS FROM antheran·ther·al, adjectivean·ther·less, adjective
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Anther, an′thėr, n. the top of the stamen in a flower which contains the pollen or fertilising dust.
An′theral; Antherif′erous, bearing anthers; Anth′eroid, resembling an anther.
The portion of a stamen which connects the two cells of the anther.Michigan Trees|Charles Herbert Otis
But to do this, the curiously projecting and fleshy summits of anther-cases must at some time be pushed back slightly.
Remember, pollen-tubes protrude within anther in Neottia nidus-avis.