Definition of Caespitose. Meaning of Caespitose. Synonyms of Caespitose

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Definition of Caespitose

Caespitose
Caespitose C[ae]s"pi*tose`, a. Same as Cespitose.
caespitose
Cespitose Ces"pi*tose`, a. [L. caespes turf.] (Bot.) Having the form a piece of turf, i. e., many stems from one rootstock or from many entangled rootstocks or roots. [Written also c[ae]spitose.]

Meaning of Caespitose from wikipedia

- off when the petals begin to open. Compare persistent and fugacious. caespitose Tufted or turf-like, e.g. the growth form of some gr****es. calcarate possessing...
- enforcement agencies. The species' preferred environment ranges from caespitose (growing in tight, separated clusters) to gregarious on deciduous wood-chips...
- be considered as leaves because the leaves make up the greater part. Caespitose: when stems grow in a tangled m**** or clump or in low growing mats. Cladode...
- cl****ifications of growth habit present in gr****es: bunch-type (also called caespitose), stoloniferous, and rhizomatous.[citation needed] The success of the...
- Cartonema philydroides is a herb in the Commelinaceae family. The perennial caespitose herb typically grows to a height of 0.1 to 0.5 metres (0.3 to 1.6 ft)...
- perennial sedge of the genus Carex which can be found growing in tufts (caespitose), as the Latin specific epithet cespitosa suggests. The name is synonymous...
- accepted species: Cornicularia normoerica. This species has an erect caespitose growth form, and is sometimes referred to as the brittle lichen. "Cornicularia"...
- roots and thin roots for gathering water and minerals. Some species are caespitose (tufted), because the crown produces adventitious buds, while others have...
- Synaphea stenoloba is a shrub endemic to Western Australia. The caespitose shrub typically grows to a height of 0.3 to 0.45 metres (1.0 to 1.5 ft). It...
- perennial shrub that grows 1.5–6 feet (0.46–1.83 m) tall. It maintains a caespitose growth pattern and is often multi-trunked. Christmas berry prefers moist...
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