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Definition of Arborescent

Arborescent
Arborescent Ar`bo*res"cent, a. [L. arborescens, p. pr. of arborescere to become a tree, fr. arbor tree.] Resembling a tree; becoming woody in stalk; dendritic; having crystallizations disposed like the branches and twigs of a tree. ``Arborescent hollyhocks.' --Evelyn.

Meaning of Arborescent from wikipedia

- Arborescent (French: arborescent) is a term used by the French thinkers Deleuze and Guattari to characterize thinking marked by insistence on totalizing...
- difficult to divide into clear, simple categories. Arborescent cacti They can be tree-like (arborescent), meaning they typically have a single more-or-less...
- Opuntia leucotricha is a species of cactus with the common names: arborescent pricklypear, Aaron's beard cactus, and semap**** cactus; and (in Spanish)...
- Brugmansia versicolor is a species of plant in the family Solanaceae, commonly known as “angel’s trumpets”. They are endemic to Ecuador. Since March 2014...
- representation and interpretation. In A Thousand Plateaus, they oppose it to an arborescent (hierarchic, tree-like) conception of knowledge, which works with dualist...
- Aloe africana (known as the Uitenhage Aloe) is an arborescent species of aloe plant, indigenous to the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa. The plant...
- Joshua tree is a common name of Yucca brevifolia, a species of arborescent monocot native to North America. Joshua Tree may also refer to: Joshua Tree...
- Sigillaria is a genus of extinct, spore-bearing, arborescent (tree-like) plants. It was a lycopodiophyte, and is related to the lycopsids, or club-mosses...
- Lepidodendrales (from the Gr**** for "scale tree") were primitive, vascular, arborescent (tree-like) plants related to the lycopsids (club mosses). Members of...
- Calamites is a genus of extinct arborescent (tree-like) horsetails to which the modern horsetails (genus Equisetum) are closely related. Unlike their...