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Definition of Stipitate

Stipitate
Stipitate Stip"i*tate, a. [NL. stipitatus, from L. stipes, gen. stipitis, a stock. See Stipe.] (Bot.) Supported by a stipe; elevated on a stipe, as the fronds of most ferns, or the pod of certain cruciferous plants.

Meaning of Stipitate from wikipedia

- Trichomes (/ˈtraɪkoʊmz/ or /ˈtrɪkoʊmz/), from the Gr**** τρίχωμα (trichōma) meaning "hair", are fine outgrowths or appendages on plants, algae, lichens...
- bodies with a pileus (cap) and stipe (stem) are collectively known as the stipitate hydnoid fungi and are often studied as a group because of their ecological...
- bottom of the calyx tube, stipitate; style fleshy, incurved, tipped with an obtuse stigma. Fruit: Legume, slightly stipitate, unequally oblong, acute at...
- extends down the stipe some distance. Fungi that have stipes are said to be stipitate. The evolutionary benefit of a stipe is generally considered to be in...
- original on 12 April 2016. Retrieved 5 July 2011. Kirk et al., p. 495. "Stipitate hydnoid fungi, Hampshire Biodiversity Partnership" (PDF). Archived (PDF)...
- temperature, humidity and nutrient availability are met. Hydnellum peckii is a stipitate hydnoid fungus, meaning that it has a cap atop a stipe (stem), and a form...
- the borage family known by the common name stalked popcornflower and stipitate forget-me-not. It is native to Oregon and most of California, where it...
- two small secondary sti****s at the base of leaflets in some species. stipitate stalked; borne on a stipe; of an ovary, borne on a gynop****. sti****te...
- species of mushroom in the genus Agrocybe. This species is a pileate-stipitate fungi, and has a medium size of fruitbodies. The cap is convex to plane-convex;...
- Inflorescences globose, ****ate Aestivation valvate Anthers often with a stipitate or sessile apical gland Pollen commonly in tetrads, bitetrads or polyads...