Definition of Stipel. Meaning of Stipel. Synonyms of Stipel

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Definition of Stipel

Stipel
Stipel Sti"pel, n. [See Stipule.] (Bot.) The stipule of a leaflet. --Gray.

Meaning of Stipel from wikipedia

- separated along a main or secondary vein. The leaflets may have petiolules and stipels, the equivalents of the petioles and sti****s of leaves. Because each leaflet...
- network was reorganised by the Benito Mussolini cabinet and the company Stipel was established in the same year. The original core of Telecom Italia included...
- silvery down which soon disappears. Each leaflet initially has a minute stipel, which quickly falls, and is connected to the (rachis) by a short stem or...
- century in Italian phone booths. The gettone was introduced in 1927 by STIPEL and subsequently adopted by other telephone companies. The last version...
- compound leaves With a single leaflet. It is distinct from a simple leaf by the presence of two abcission layers and often by petiolules and stipels...
- stimulus stipes stipit- etiolate, etiolation, exsti****te, insti****te, stipe, stipel, stipellate, stipes, stipitate, stipitiform, sti****r, sti****, stubble...
- pp. 149-152. sti****. Esau, K. 1953. Plant Anatomy. Second Edition. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, London, Sidney. 767 pp. Sti****s and stipels...
- – the proximal portion of a gr**** leaf, usually surrounding the stem. Stipelspaired scales, spines, glands, or blade-like structures at the base of...
- «L'Arena di Pola» nr. 1229 (21 June 1960), Ingegner Brocchi, presidente della STIPEL Sistema Informativo Unificato per le Soprintendenze Archivistiche, Italtel...
- leaves are alternately arranged, undivided, generally petiolate, sti****te; stipels rarely present at apex of petiole or leaf base, caduceus. The blades entire...