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Definition of the adjective acaulescent
What does acaulescent mean as an attribute of a noun?
- (of plants) having no apparent stem above ground
Alternative definition of the adjective acaulescent
- [botany] Having no stem or caulis, or only a very short one concealed in the ground.
- synonym: acaulous
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by Michael Allaby
acaulescent. Applied to plants that lack a stem or in which the stem is very short or hidden underground. accessory bud An additional bud that forms above, below, or.
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology (5 Volume Set) by Umberto Quattrocchi
Perennial herb, acaulescent, succulent leaves arranged in a basal rosette, leaf margins armed with sharp dark brown teeth, branched inflorescence, flowers pale pink to red, bee plant See Tijdschr. Natuurk. Wetensch. Kunsten 14: 57, 137.
by Richard Dennis Hoblyn
Acaulescent. Stemless ; applied to a plant in which the stem is apparently absent, and the leaves'seem to rise from the root, as in emeus acaulis. Accumbent. Lying against any thing, as the edges of the cotyledons against the radicle in some ...
by S. Choudhary
acaulescent : Describes a plant that ...
Ethnopharmacology and Its Applications by Christian Rätsch
( acaulescent seed capsule) Papaversomniferum var.glabra (produces an especially high-quality opium; Macmillan 1991,417*) Papaver somniferum var. hortense Huss.
Used in Food, Drugs and Cosmetics by Ikhlas A. Khan, Ehab A. Abourashed
Plantago ovata is stemless (acaulescent) or nearly so; itis native to the Mediterranean, NorthAfrica, and western Asia; extensively cultivated in India and Pakistan. Plantago psyllium and P. indica have erect and branched stems; native to the ...
by Katherine Dunster
acaulescent Stemless or apparently so. A stem is usually present, but subterranean or very short. It is a descriptive rather than morphological term.
Acaulescent A plant that has no stem or appears to have no stem though it may be hidden underground. Access site The vein tapped for vascular access in hemodialysis treatments. For patients with temporary treatment needs, access to the ...
A Dictionary of Entomology (2011)
ACAULESCENT Adj. (Latin, a = without + caulis = stem.) ...
by John Christopher Willis, Herbert Kenneth Airy Shaw
Acaulescent, almost stemless ; acaulis (Lat. ), without visible stem. Accessory branch, bud, supernumerary in same axil, see Buds ; organs of flower, the perianth. Acclimatisation, adaptation to new climate. Accrescent, enlarged and persistent.
Acaulescent : A plant that is stemless. The word acauline is also used. ACC synthase : Abbreviation for 1- aminocyclopropane-1- carboxylase. The enzyme catalyses 2 • Encyclopaedic Dictionary ...
Acaulescent,akawles′ent, adj. withouta stalk:(bot.) having no stem aboveground ,or only averyshort one.— Also Acau′lous. [a,neg.,L.caulis, astalk, formed on pattern of Arborescent.] Accable, akkā′bl,v.t. (obs.)tocrush,to encumber.
by I. F. Henderson
neming-without a stalk; acaulescent (00A). stemma (stëm'ä) n.
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