Definition of Scandent. Meaning of Scandent. Synonyms of Scandent

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Definition of Scandent

Scandent
Scandent Scan"dent, a. [L. scandens, -entis, p. pr. of scandere to climb.] Climbing. Note: Scandent plants may climb either by twining, as the hop, or by twisted leafstalks, as the clematis, or by tendrils, as the passion flower, or by rootlets, as the ivy.

Meaning of Scandent from wikipedia

- "vineyard", from vīnum "wine") is any plant with a growth habit of trailing or scandent (that is, climbing) stems, lianas or runners. The word vine can also refer...
- rhizomatous semperflorens (wax or fibrous rooted begonias) Rex trailing-scandent thick-stemmed For the most part, these groups do not correspond to any...
- arenaria, Niebhuria arenaria) is a low woody bushy under-shrub sometimes scandent to 2–3 meters high, with a thick root stock and thick leaves, and strongly...
- but is now included within this species. Stems are erect, ascending, scandent, or sprawling and profusely branched. Primary stems are terete, up through...
- Thryallis is a genus in the family Malpighiaceae, of scandent shrubs and woody vines native to Brazil and adjacent Paraguay and Bolivia. At one time some...
- prominent white petaloid sepal in their flowers. The shrub may also grow as a scandent climber. The flowers are clusters of orange-yellow tubular flowers with...
- closely related to H. ocamponis and H. escuintlensis. Dragonfruit stems are scandent (climbing habit), creeping, sprawling or clambering, and branch profusely...
- Indian School of Business, American India Foundation, New Silk Route and Scandent Solutions. Gupta was convicted in June 2012 on insider trading charges...
- cultivated as ornamental plant. Aconitum plicatum is a tall spindly erect to scandent forb which is perennial from rhizomes. It has divided leaves. The flowering...
- mountainous areas (1000 to 3100 m). Aconitum henryi is a tall spindly erect to scandent forb which is perennial from rhizomes. It has divided leaves, the surfaces...
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