Origin of extrorse
Related formsex·trorse·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for extrorse
Anthers heart-shaped or kidney-shaped, confluently 1-celled, shield-shaped after opening, extrorse.
Filaments thread-like, much longer than the linear-oblong blunt anthers, which are fixed by a point above the base and extrorse.
Stamens 6–12, more or less united with the style; anthers adnate, extrorse.