Tepal



noun, Botany.
1.
one of the divisions of a flower perianth, especially one that is not clearly differentiated into petals and sepals, as in lilies and tulips.
noun
1.
any of the subdivisions of a perianth that is not clearly differentiated into calyx and corolla
tepal
(tē’pəl, těp’əl)
A division of the perianth of a flower in which the sepals and petals are indistinguishable, as in tulips and lilies.

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