- of or relating to stamens.
Also sta·min·e·al [stuh-min-ee-uh l] /stəˈmɪn i əl/.
Origin of staminal1
- of or relating to stamina or endurance.
Origin of staminal2
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In other cases, however, he observed that the pollen grains occurred on the inner side of what we now know as the staminal tube.
The staminal nature of this pseudo-corolla is inferred from the occasional presence of anthers on it.
Reduction of the staminal whorl is also not unfrequent in Trifolium repens and T. hybridum, and has been seen in Delphinium, &c.
In willows the change of pistils into staminal organs has been frequently observed.
Especially attend about the nectary exterior to the staminal tube.More Letters of Charles Darwin Volume II