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gamopetalous

[ gam-uh-pet-l-uhs ]
/ ˌgæm əˈpɛt l əs /
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adjective Botany.

having the petals united.

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Origin of gamopetalous

From New Latin, dating back to 1820–30; see origin at gamo-, petalous
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British Dictionary definitions for gamopetalous

gamopetalous
/ (ˌɡæməʊˈpɛtələs) /

adjective

(of flowers) having petals that are united or partly united, as the primroseAlso: sympetalous Compare polypetalous
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