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Definition of Stigmatic

  • A notorious profligate or criminal who has been branded; one who bears the marks of infamy or punishment.
  • A person who is marked or deformed by nature.
  • Marked with a stigma, or with something reproachful to character.
  • Impressing with infamy or reproach.
  • Of or pertaining to a stigma or stigmata.
  • a person whose body is marked by religious stigmata (such as marks resembling the wounds of the crucified Christ)
  • not astigmatic
  • pertaining to a lens or lens system free of astigmatism (able to form point images)
  • pertaining to or resembling or having stigmata

How to use stigmatic in a sentence. Stigmatic pronunciation.

Foul stigmatic, that's more than thou canst tell.
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The fact appears to be that the upper less prominent lip is stigmatic all over, inside and out, with a transverse band of short glandular hairs at its base outside, while the lower more prominent lip is smooth and glabrous, or with a tuft of rigid hairs.
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Now the appearance of these horns makes me suppose that these are the stigmatic surfaces.
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So you will see how I wish to know whether the horns are the true stigmatic surfaces.
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The little length of stigmatic horns at the moment when pollen is forced out of the indusium, compared to what they ultimately attain, makes me fancy that they are not then mature or ready, and if so, as in Lobelia, each flower must be fertilised by pollen from another and earlier flower.
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For the chance of your liking to look at what I have found: take a recently opened flower, drag gently up the stigmatic surface almost any object (the side of a hooked needle), and you will find the cap of the hemispherical rostellum comes off with a touch, and being viscid on under-surface, clings to needle, and as pollen-masses are already attached to the back of rostellum, the needle drags out much pollen.
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The specimens examined (not carefully by me) had pollen only during few hours on stigma; and the mere SUSPICION has crossed me that the pollen-tubes crawl down these branches to the base and then penetrate the stigmatic tissue.
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Your observations seem to have been chiefly directed to the A. luteola, mine to the A. Loddigesii, which, however, as you remark, is in a very similar constructural condition with the former; having the same narrow stigmatic chamber, abnormally developed placenta, etc.
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In regard to the former point-contraction of stigmatic chamber-I may remark that it does not appear to be absolutely necessary that the pollen-masses penetrate this chamber for effecting fecundation.
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These I attempted to fertilise, but with two only of the six have I been successful: I succeeded in forcing a single pollen-mass into the stigmatic chamber of one of the latter, but I failed to do this on the other; however, by inserting a portion of a pedicel with a pollinium attached, I caused the latter to adhere, with a gentle press, to the mouth of the stigmatic chamber.
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Among these I may particularly refer to the contracted stigmatic chamber, and the slight viscidity of its disk.
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If such be the case, the contracted stigmatic chamber will offer no real difficulty, should the viscous exudations be only sufficient to render the mouth adhesive.
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For, as I have already shown, the pollen-tubes may be emitted in this condition, and effect fecundation without being in actual contact with the stigmatic surface, as occurs pretty regularly in the fertilisation of the Stapelias, for example.
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He suggests that in a state of nature the viscid matter may come to the very surface of stigmatic chamber, and so pollen-masses need not be inserted.
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Your suggestion that the mouth of the stigmatic cavity may become charged with viscid matter and thus secure the pollinia, and that the pollen-tubes may then protrude, seems very ingenious and new to me; but it would be very anomalous in orchids, i.e. as far as I have seen.
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I fully admit the difficulty of similarity of stigmatic chamber in the two Acroperas.
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Dr. Cruger attributes protrusion of tubes to ants carrying stigmatic secretion to pollen (639/4.
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I will say nothing about the rostellum, stigmatic utriculi, fertility of Acropera and Catasetum, for I am completely bewildered: it will rest with you to settle these points by your excellent observations and experiments.
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Bolbophyllum is remarkable for the closure of the stigmatic cavity which comes on after the flower has been open a little while, instead of after fertilisation, as in other genera.
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He applied pollinia from Cypripedium and Asclepias to flowers of Tricopilia tortilis; and though the pollen germinated, the stigmatic chamber remained open, yet it invariably closes eighteen hours after the application of its own pollen.); it would have been interesting to have observed how close an alliance of form would have acted on the orifice of the stigma.
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Examples of Stigmatic

Example #1
Fie! charity, for shame! speak not in spite, For you shall sup with Jesu Christ to-night. YOUNG CLIFFORD.
Example #2
And so to arms, victorious father, To quell the rebels and their complices.
Example #3
Verbascum, crossing and varieties in.
Example #4
Veitch, J. Velleia, fertilisation mechanism of.
Example #5
Will you look to this?
Example #6
Further, I find that at an early stage, when the flower first opens, a boat-shaped stigma lies at the bottom of the indusium, and further that this stigma, after the flower has some time expanded, grows very rapidly, when the plant is kept hot, and pushes out of the indusium a mass of pollen; and at same time two horns project at the corners of the indusium.