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syncarpous

[ sin-kahr-puhs ]
/ sɪnˈkɑr pəs /
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adjective Botany.
of the nature of or pertaining to a syncarp.
composed of or having united carpels.
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Origin of syncarpous

From the New Latin word syncarpus, dating back to 1820–30. See syn-, -carpous

OTHER WORDS FROM syncarpous

syn·car·py [sin-kahr-pee], /ˈsɪn kɑr pi/, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for syncarpous

syncarpous
/ (sɪnˈkɑːpəs) /

adjective
(of the ovaries of certain flowering plants) consisting of united carpelsCompare apocarpous
of or relating to a syncarp

Derived forms of syncarpous

syncarpy (ˈsɪnkɑːpɪ), noun
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