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petiole

 [pet´e-ōl]
a stem, stalk, or pedicle.
epiglottic petiole the pointed lower end of the epiglottic cartilage, attached to the thyroid cartilage.

pe·ti·o·lus

(pe-tī'ō-lŭs), Avoid the mispronunciation petio'lus.
A stem or pedicle.
Synonym(s): petiole
[L. dim. of pes (foot), the stalk of a fruit]

petiole

/pet·i·ole/ (pet´e-ōl) a stalk or pedicle.
epiglottic petiole  the pointed lower end of the epiglottic cartilage, attached to the thyroid cartilage.

petiole

(pĕt′ē-ōl′)
n.
Zoology A slender, stalklike part, as that connecting the thorax and abdomen in certain insects.

pet′i·oled′ adj.

petiole

the stalk of a leaf, containing vascular tissue which connects with the VASCULAR BUNDLES of the stem. The base of a petiole, where it joins the stem, may have small leaflike structures called STIPULES and axillary buds. see AXIL.

petiole

a stem, stalk or pedicle.

epiglottic petiole
the pointed caudal end of the epiglottic cartilage, attached to the thyroid cartilage.
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5 mm long, caducous on the old parts, intense on the young branches, distributed on the branches, stipules, petioles, rachis, leaflets, inflorescences, bracts, pedicels, margin with sepals and abaxial surface with the petals.
In vitro tissue culture studies from nodal and petiole explants of wild and cultivated traits of Withania somnifera in MS and B5 medium.
The traits that contributed most weight to the third principal axis were LBS, LAS and CFL whereas LBS, petiole length and CFL contributed the most weight to the fourth principal component axis.
All 138 petioles were used to construct stratification and resource availability models for borers, whereas 30 leaves were selected for herbivore and predator models to standardize the sampling effort in each stratum.
Drymonia squamosa can be distinguished from the other species in the genus by the densely clustered scale-like indument on the petiole that is especially conspicuous when dry, the glabrate leaf blades with minute punctuations on the lower surface, the villous to lanate corolla, and the style with glandular trichomes.
For example, in a previous study of irrigated and non-irrigated Cabernet Sauvignon grapevines grown on calcareous soils in Spain, (6) petiole and leaf blade analysis showed clearly that vine K status was more responsive to irrigation than any other macronutrient (Table I) or micronutrient (Table II).
The present study demonstrated the possibility of exploring the morphogenetic potential in callus derived from stem, petioles and leaves of V.
5), emerging nearly always white and glabrous, maturing glossy green to dark green; petiole 28-63 cm long and medium green in color, with very few or no prickles; leaflets oblong, subfalcate near base, acuminate, margins serrate primarily in the distal third or fourth on lower margin; apical leaflets 7-24 cm long, 2-5 cm wide; median leaflets 10-25 cm long, 2-5 cm wide; basal leaflets 9-21 cm long, 1.
In order to promote organogenic response, nodes, petioles, internodes and leaf explants were treated with [alpha]-Naphthaleneacetic acid (NAA) at 1.
curcas and were more susceptible to Agrobacterium infection than other explants such as petioles, hypocotyls, epicotyls or leaves (Li et al.