Botanical Words Alphabetical List - IS
ISADELPHOUS: Having the separate bundles of stamens equal in number, as in the flowers of beans.
ISANDROUS: Having the stamens similar and equal in number to the divisions of the corolla.
ISANTHOUS: Having regular flowers.
ISOGYNOUS: Having the pistils, or the carpels of which the single pistil is composed, equal in number to the sepals.
ISOMEROUS: Composed each of an equal number of parts, as the members of the several circles of a flower; exhibiting isomerism.
ISOSTEMONOUS: Having the stamens equal in number to the sepals or petals.
ISOSTEMONY: The state of being isostemonous.
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