Definition of Frondose. Meaning of Frondose. Synonyms of Frondose

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Definition of Frondose

Frondose
Frondose Fron*dose", a. [L. frondosus leafy.] (Bot.) (a) Frond bearing; resembling a frond; having a simple expansion not separable into stem and leaves. (b) Leafy. --Gray.

Meaning of Frondose from wikipedia

- organism that normally flourishes with fronds or leaf-like structures. Many frondose organisms are thalloid and lack the organization of tissues into organs...
- species, bulblets for vegetative reproduction. Fronds may describe several "frondose" structures in non-plant organisms -- such as the entire bodies of thalloid...
- Frondose Ediacaran fossil...
- Tremella foliacea is a species of fungus producing brownish, frondose, gelatinous basidiocarps (fruit bodies). It is widespread, particularly in north...
- cnidarians, such as sea pens or siphonop****s. Pambikalbae had a broad, frondose-shaped body composed of multiple vanes extending from an axial stem, and...
- The rangeomorphs are a form taxon of frondose Ediacaran fossils that are united by a similarity to Rangea. Some researchers, such as Pflug and Narbonne...
- Khatyspytia is a frondose member of the Ediacara biota. It is slender, with many short branches, and is named after the Khatyspyt Formation. List of Ediacaran...
- Margaretia is a frondose organism known from the middle Cambrian Burgess shale. Its fronds reached about 10 cm in length and are peppered with a range...
- Parviscopa is a genus of frondose forms characterized in 2008 based on specimens from Newfoundland, Canada. Parviscopa is a member of the Ediacaran biota...
- in a bushy fashion, with spreading branches that are sometimes weakly frondose. The stems are 4-lined or 4-angled when the plant is young but later become...
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