Definition of Pedicels. Meaning of Pedicels. Synonyms of Pedicels

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- Long pedicels of clasping milkweed with a single peduncle Cherry pedicels in flower and fruit Pumpkin pedicel Sessile flowers (lacking pedicels) of common...
- Pedicle or pedicel may refer to: Pedicle of vertebral arch, the segment between the transverse process and the vertebral body, and is often used as a...
- (base), the pedicel or pedicellus (stem), and finally the flagellum, which often comprises many units known as flagellomeres. The pedicel (the second...
- podocytes have long foot processes called pedicels, for which the cells are named (podo- + -cyte). The pedicels wrap around the capillaries and leave slits...
- The abdomen and cephalothorax are connected by a thin waist called the pedicel. Unlike insects, spiders have an endoskeleton in addition to their exoskeleton...
- successive pedicels are aligned on the same plane: drepanium Secondary buds develop alternately on the stem : scorpioid cyme The successive pedicels are arranged...
- bearing pedicellate flowers (flowers having short floral stalks called pedicels) along its axis. In botany, an axis means a shoot, in this case one bearing...
- are borne directly from the stem or peduncle, and thus lack a petiole or pedicel. The leaves of most monocotyledons lack petioles. The term sessility is...
- pedunculate oak are borne on a long peduncle, hence the name of the tree. Pedicel (botany) Scape (botany) Shashtri, Varun. Dictionary of Botany. Publisher:...
- Podocytes have foot processes, pedicels, that wrap around glomerular capillaries. These pedicels interdigitate with pedicels of adjacent podocytes forming...
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