having a calyx of separate or unconnected sepals.
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How to use polysepalous in a sentence
polysepalous, pol-i-sep′a-lus, adj. having the sepals separate from each other.
Funnelform corolla of a common Morning Glory, detached from its polysepalous calyx.
It is more common among polysepalous and polypetalous plants than in those in which the sepals or petals are united together.Vegetable Teratology | Maxwell T. Masters
polysepalous, to the calyx when of separate sepals or calyx-leaves.
polysepalous, same as the last when applied to the calyx, 89.
British Dictionary definitions for polysepalous
(of flowers) having distinct separate sepals: Compare gamosepalous
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