Definition of Acaulescent. Meaning of Acaulescent. Synonyms of Acaulescent

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Definition of Acaulescent

Acaulescent
Acaulescent Ac`au*les"cent, a. [Pref. a- not + caulescent.] (Bot.) Having no stem or caulis, or only a very short one concealed in the ground. --Gray.

Meaning of Acaulescent from wikipedia

- Commonly formed, for example, at the base of a petiole or pedicel. acaulescent Having no apparent stem, or at least none visible above the ground surface...
- Commonly known as ****ebores /ˈhɛlɪbɔːrz/, the Eurasian genus ****eborus consists of approximately 20 species of herbaceous or evergreen perennial flowering...
- It is reportedly naturalized in Libya. Although the plant can appear acaulescent, stems often reach 50 to 150 cm (20–60 in) in length, and old leaves...
- Aiphanes acaulis is a spiny palm endemic to western Colombia. It is acaulescent, as the specific epithet "acaulis" implies, – that is, the stem is short...
- Some species have palmate or deeply dissected leaves. Many species are acaulescent. Inflorescences have solitary flowers or are paniculate; some species...
- at elevations from 1000 m to 2700 m. Yucca harrimaniae is a small, acaulescent (stemless) species forming clumps of rosettes. Flowers are nodding (hanging...
- in appearance to other ****ebores found in the Balkan region. It is acaulescent, meaning it lacks a stem with leaves, instead sending up a leafless flower...
- slopes or woodlands at elevations of 1200–2000 m. Agave havardiana is an acaulescent species forming rosettes low to the ground, sometimes creating suckers...
- referred to as geophytes. Terms used in describing plant habit, include: Acaulescent – the leaves and inflorescence rise from the ground, and appear to have...
- majority of Viola species are herbaceous, and a substantial number are acaulescent in habit - meaning they lack any noticeable stems and the foliage and...
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