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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]
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The Latin term "arborescence" (tree forming or tree-like) was given by Hoffa as the frond-like appearance of the synovium resembling a leaf in a tree.
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In the brain, the issue of arborescence versus rhizomatic is not so much about power as functionality.
The visible minority, in its isolation as both problem and solution, must never be integrated into the governmental arborescence that constitutes the white-washed vertical mosaic of official multiculturalism.