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arborescent

 [ahr″bo-res´ent]
branching like a tree.

den·dri·form

(den'dri-fōrm),
Tree-shaped, or branching.
Synonym(s): arborescent, dendritic (1) , dendroid
[G. dendron, tree, + L. forma, form]

arborescent

adjective Treelike in size, form or characteristics.

den·dri·form

(den'dri-fōrm)
Tree-shaped, or branching.
Synonym(s): arborescent, dendritic (1) , dendroid.
[G. dendron, tree, + L. forma, form]

arborescent

branching like a tree.
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2011, 2012) showed that most harvesting appears to be from sub-adult and adult cycads, and that bark strips are harvested from large arborescent plants (Fig.
In Liao's move toward the ocean, the horizontal, rhizomatic line of flight, breaking away from the vertical, arborescent, and hierarchized consciousness of power struggles on the land, provides a way to develop his potential creativity.
Unlike woody trees that increase in diameter over time, the stems of arborescent palms, such as coconut trees, maintain similar diameters throughout their lifetimes.
The arminacean nudibranch Janolus fuscus (O' Donoghue, 1924) is found from Klu Bay, Alaska, to the Gulf of California and is conspicuous from April to October in the boulder fields of Oregon, where it feeds exclusively on arborescent bryozoans such as Bugula pacifica, Tricellaria circumternata, and Scrupocellaria diegensis (Sphon, 1972; Belcik, 1975; McDonald and Nybakken, 1980; Goddard, 1984, 1992, 1998; Wolf, 2010).
We could talk here about out how networked, rhizomatic forms of organisation, encouraged by what Aaron Peters and myself have termed the 'open-sourcing' of political activism, are well suited to short energetic bursts, whilst bureaucratic, arborescent forms allow for long-term strategy development, learning and planning.
Cyto-geography of arborescent species of Caesalpinioideae (Leguminosae) from Nigeria.
The columnar stem of arborescent cycad species contains concentric cylinders of vascular tissue comprised of soft, parenchymatous xylem tissue and little lignified tissue (Marler et al.
A small sample of the individual chapter topics includes arborescent polymers with a mesoscopic scale, living polymerization of ylides, highly branched functional polymer architectures using click chemistry, and precision polyolefins.
The spruce treeline rose mainly by means of this species' high phenotypic plasticity and ability to switch from prostrate krummholz to arborescent growth form in response to climate warming.
In place of the arborescent tree structure of knowledge, Deleuze and Guattari (1987) proposed the notion of a rhizome, which grows or moves in messy and unpredictable ways.
But isn't this (nothing more, and nothing less, than) the tormented conscience of the modern world, where what was to be the end of a lineal and finite history turned out to be the starting point of unending and innumerable arborescent histories?
By the same token, it seems arbitrary to bring Deleuze and Guattari's rhizomatic versus arborescent structures, "bodies-without-organs" and "animal-becomings" to bear upon The Emigrants and The Rings of Saturn, as do both Osborne and Peter Arnd, in "While the Hidden Horrors of History are Briefly Illuminated: The Poetics of Wandering in Austerlitz and Die Ringe des Saturn.