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Definition of Stipuled

Stipuled
Stipuled Stip"uled, a. (Bot.) Furnished with stipules, or leafy appendages.

Meaning of Stipuled from wikipedia

- botany, a sti**** is an outgrowth typically borne on both sides (sometimes on just one side) of the base of a leafstalk (the petiole). Sti****s are considered...
- brown trichomes inserted above the sti**** scars. On the upper stems of P. viridis these features are obscured by a sti**** (see below), which covers the trichomes;...
- latex, some in copious quantities; the twig shows paired sti****s —or circular scars if the sti****s have fallen off; the lateral veins at the base of the...
- Outgrowths appearing on each side of the petiole in some species are called sti****s. Leaves with a petiole are said to be petiolate, while leaves lacking a...
- the morphology of many other parts of plants, e.g. bracts, bracteoles, sti****s, sepals, petals, carpels or scales. Leaves of most plants include a flat...
- shared morphological characters not found in Amygdaloideae: presence of sti****s, separation of the hypanthium from the ovary, and the fruits are usually...
- (2.0 to 5.9 in) long, pinnate, with (3–) 5–9 (–13) leaflets and basal sti****s; the leaflets usually have a serrated margin, and often a few small prickles...
- leaf (with sti****s) unfolded or first tendril developed 12 2 leaves (with sti****s) unfolded or 2 tendrils developed 13 3 leaves (with sti****s) unfolded...
- part of the leaf that has vascular bundles inside, like the petiole or a sti****), and prickles are derived from epidermis tissue (so that they can be found...
- main nerve and starting on each side six to eight lateral nerves. The sti****s are egg-shaped at a length of 1.5 to 8 cm (9⁄16 to 3+1⁄8 inches). The inflorescences...