Definition of Axil. Meaning of Axil. Synonyms of Axil

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Definition of Axil

Axil
Axil Ax"il, n. [L. axilla. Cf. Axle.] (Bot.) The angle or point of divergence between the upper side of a branch, leaf, or petiole, and the stem or branch from which it springs. --Gray.

Meaning of Axil from wikipedia

- plants, which are ****ociated with buds (immature shoot systems in the leaf axils). These can further develop into either vegetative or reproductive structures...
- color Green Leaf length 10.65–14.25 cm Leaf width 5.4–7.5 cm Pedicels per axil 2 Corolla color Yellow green Anther color Pale blue Annular constriction...
- flung Axil several hundred leagues across Graumerphy, into the dungeons beneath the dreary castle called Collodon's Pile. In the dark twilight, Axil tutted...
- botany, a bud is an undeveloped or embryonic shoot and normally occurs in the axil of a leaf or at the tip of a stem. Once formed, a bud may remain for some...
- shoot or from the axil of a leaf (where the petiole attaches to the stem). Occasionally, as in violets, a flower arises singly in the axil of an ordinary...
- develops leaves and branches above-ground and stolons develop from lower leaf axils on the below-ground stem. In the third phase the tips of the stolons swell...
- mosses often grow as epiphytes. Bromeliad epiphytes ac****ulate water in leaf axils to form phytotelmata that may contain complex aquatic food webs. Approximately...
- bud (or lateral bud) is an embryonic or organogenic shoot located in the axil of a leaf. Each bud has the potential to form shoots, and may be specialized...
- The black-axil chromis (Chromis atripectoralis), also known as the blackfin chromis or blue-green puller, is a damselfish from the tropical Indo-Pacific...
- this competition by making use of smaller phytotelmata (water-filled leaf axils or small woody cavities) as sites for depositing a few tadpoles. While these...
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