introrse

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From Latin introrsus, introrsum (toward the inside, adverb), variant of introversus, from intrō + versus (turned).

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introrse (comparative more introrse, superlative most introrse)

  1. (botany) Facing or turned inwards or towards an axis.
  2. (botany) Said of anthers turned toward the center of the flower.

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introrse

  1. feminine plural of introrso

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