Origin of pentamerous
OTHER WORDS FROM pentamerouspen·tam·er·ism, pen·tam·er·y, noun
Words nearby pentamerous
How to use pentamerous in a sentence
Thus fig. 38 shows a pentamerous symmetrical flower, with dimerous pistil.
Pentamerous insects are those which have five joints in all their tarsi.
To take an example, the group Pseudostrobus, characterized by pentamerous leaf-fascicles, appears in many systems.The Genus Pinus|George Russell Shaw
Hydradephaga; -ous: applied to aquatic, predatory pentamerous beetles with filiform antennae: see adephagous.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology|John. B. Smith
The Clerid, which M. Latreille has placed in the pentamerous section, vary considerably in the number of their tarsal joints.