Crossblossom plants (cabbage) examples and photos, characteristic features, formula, fetus and flower

Plants from the cruciferous family include a variety of herbs both annual and perennial plants (in T.h. Both shrubs and halfbrushes). This family is quite voluminous and includes 372 kinds, which make up almost 4 thousand species.

These flowers got their name crucifixion due to the shape of the flower-it is formed by crosswise with located petals and cups. And this type of flower is characteristic of all types of family.

Description of the cruciferous

The CrossBulge family is a large number of familiar cultivated plants with an important value in agriculture: cabbage, radish, tournament, radishes, mustard and many others.

The flowers of this family are distinguished by bright-smelling inflorescences, since most of them are experienced by insects. And they are all honey plants.

Another essential role of cabbage many of the types of this family are characterized by a high content of vegetable oils (rapeseed is a wonderful example) necessary for a person in a food chain.

At the same time, a significant amount of cruciferous are superfluous on agricultural lands.e. Simply weeded plants.

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Decorative cabbage plants





Decorative cabbage 

Signs of cruciferous

All plants of the CrossBelief family have certain common signs. First of all, these are flowers of the same structure with a crossshaped petals and a cup with a certain number of cups. Typically, flowers form a brush, and after flowering, delighted with fruits pods or pods and their length cannot exceed the width to significant numbers (not more than three times).

If we take typical representatives of cruciferous, then as widespread grass of weeds can be considered a wild radish.

This twobottom plant has all the typical signs of the family: an erect stem covered with hard hair in the lower level. The leaves are lyre and located alternately, and large flowers are characterized by a typical structure and yellow coloring.

The formula is crucible

The diagram, along with the formula of the cruciferous flower, contains all the information about the structure of this plant.

H4l4t2+4p1: 4 cups, 4 petals, 6 stamens (2+4) and pestle.

The numbers indicate the number of elements, and the letters are the first in the name of the parts. From this formula it becomes clear that all plants with such a structure are bisexual, t.e. have pestles and stamens as the main parts of any flower.

The inflorescences of the cruciferous

It was the features of the structure of the plant that gave the name to this family cruciferous. Moreover, they have not only a whisk and the petals consist of 4 parts. The cup is also built in the same way it has four cups. As a rule, not large flowers of this family form an inflorescence brush.

And according to the formulas of the plants of this family, it can be safely argued that they are capable of selfpollination, which, under ordinary conditions, occurs within not only plants flower.

Although sometimes the process of crosspollination takes place when wind or flying insects enter into business. And it is insects that can be called the most effective pollinators and pollinants of pollen. And usually such insects are bees, bumblebees, flies, butterflies and many other species that attract inflorescences and the smell of honey flowers.

Leaves of the plants of the CrossBelief family

The leaves of cruciferous are characterized by a simple shape, a whole or dissected structure: they do not have straps. In this case, the leaves of the lower and upper levels do not have similarities in shape and size.

Cruciferous organs (in t.h. and leaves) have glandular hairs, which form peculiar bright smell characteristic of these plants. As a rule, the leaves on the stem are located alternately. Or can be formed in a basic outlet.

Plants differ in a rod root system, while some plants from this family form root crops. Due to their property, cruciferous are widely used as honeycombs, and as medicinal plants, and for decoration (lefthanded, mattiol).

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