Definition of Peduncle. Meaning of Peduncle. Synonyms of Peduncle
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Definition of Peduncle
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Peduncled Pe*dun"cled, a.
Having a peduncle; supported on a peduncle; pedunculate.
Tern pedunclesTern Tern, a. [L. pl. terni three each, three; akin to tres
three. See Three, and cf. Trine.]
Threefold; triple; consisting of three; ternate.
Tern flowers (Bot.), flowers growing three and three
Tern leaves (Bot.), leaves arranged in threes, or three by
three, or having three in each whorl or set.
Tern peduncles (Bot.), three peduncles growing together
from the same axis.
Tern schooner (Naut.), a three-masted schooner.
Meaning of Peduncle from wikipedia
(botany), a stalk supporting
an inflorescence, which
is the part of the shoot
of seed plants where flowers
- a peduncle
is a stem supporting
an inflorescence, or, after
fecundation, an infructescence. The peduncle
- The cerebral peduncles
are the two stalks
to the brainstem. They are structures
at the front
of the midbrain which arise
- A peduncle
is an elongated stalk
of tissue. Sessility
is the state
of not having
; a sessile
m**** or structure lacks
a stalk. In medicine, a...
- Cerebellar peduncles connect
to the brain
are six cerebellar peduncles
in total, three
on each side: Superior cerebellar peduncle
- "Locomotion in scombrid
of flow around
the caudal peduncle
of the Chub mackerel Scomber
- In the human
brain, the superior cerebellar peduncle
(brachium conjunctivum) is a paired structure
of white matter
of the medulla oblongata
by the inferior cerebellar peduncle
, a thick
rope-like strand situated between
part of the fourth...
- The middle cerebellar peduncles
(brachium pontis) are paired structures
(left and right) that connect
to the pons and are composed
pattern. The stem holding
the whole inflorescence
and the major
axis (incorrectly referred
to as the main stem) holding
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