Definition of Distichously. Meaning of Distichously. Synonyms of Distichously

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Definition of Distichously

Distichously
Distichously Dis"tich*ous*ly, adv. In a distichous manner.

Meaning of Distichously from wikipedia

- (spiral) pattern, each leaf arises at a different point (node) on the stem. Distichous phyllotaxis, also called "two-ranked leaf arrangement" is a special case...
- branch has 15–25 rigid, distichously arranged second-order branches; each second-order branch has 10–12 rigid, distichously arranged third-order branches...
- young plants have flat, strap-shaped, highly tubercled leaves, in a distichous formation.) In addition, the species tend to flow into each other in gradual...
- arranged in a rosette around the growing point, although some species are distichous. There is a great variation in foliage form. All former species can be...
- long petioles, in a distinctive fan shape aligned in a single plane (distichous). The large white flowers are structurally similar to those of its relatives...
- Elettaria). Members of the family are small to large herbaceous plants with distichous leaves with basal sheaths that overlap to form a pseudostem. The plants...
- grows its leaves in a rosette or sometimes in two spiraling rows (spiral distichous). Its spine-tipped leaves are 12-16mm thick, elliptical (rather than round)...
- of orchid and pendant growing epiphyte. It is known by the common name distichous gastrochilus. It is found in Himalayas of India, Nepal, Bhutan, ****am...
- tuberculate. G. carinata var. retusa: (to the north-west near Worcester) Leaves distichous, oblong and strap-shaped rather than keeled, and erect-spreading. Each...
- equatorial Africa. Dracaena stuckyi can form clustering series of short, distichous stems each bearing from one to several erect leaves, along the trailing...
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