monopodial


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monopodial

(of a stem) having the same apical growing point responsible for consecutive years’ growth.
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Las plantas juveniles tienen un comportamiento principalmente monopodial (n = 109), mientras los adultos tienden a multirramificarse de base (n = 72).
While number of sympodial and monopodial branches were counted on 10 randomly selected plants from each replication.
Leaf blade broadly ovate or oblong-lanceolate to elliptic, 6-19 cm long; base symmetrical in sympodial leaves, obtuse to rounded, sometimes cordate in monopodial leaves; palmately veined with 3-7 veins; non ciliate and glabrous on both surfaces.
Arbol hasta de 20 m con ramificacion monopodial, tronco de hasta 10 m.
Its crown usually keeps a straight monopodial structure, with less imposing dimensions than those of pedunculate oak.
Orchids are divided into two groups, based on their growth patterns: monopodial and simpodial.
The length of the sympodial and monopodial and internodes of the main stem are shorter than those of the parents and prevalent commercial varieties.
Moso bamboo is a monopodial bamboo native to China and Japan.
About 200 species of bamboo can provide edible and palatable bamboo shoots, including: monopodial bamboos: Acidosasa edulis, Chimonobambusa quadrangularis, Phyllostachys heterocycla var.
2000) illustrated that the fruiting habit of cotton may impart yield stability with reduced seeding rates or plant densities through the production of fruit on longer sympodial branches, additional main stem nodes, and additional monopodial branches.
A shoot meristem-like organ in animals: monopodial and sympodial growth in Hydrozoa.