caudex


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caudex

An obsolete anatomic term for a stem or stem-like structure.
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Plants often produce a single stem (Woodson 1954, Ajilvsgi 1979) but they can branch and form several stems from the caudex (Woodson 1954).
The bottle palm (Beaucarnea recurvata) is the most common caudex bearer, or caudiciform.
2004), they differ considerably in stem anatomy, leaf anatomy and inflorescence morphology (Fahn 1954; Waterhouse 1967, 1987; Rudall & Chase 1996), as well as unusual primary root initiation from the stem apex in Kingia, rather than a basal rootstock or caudex (Lamont et al.
McCann Healthcare Worldwide's global network is comprised of five advertising and promotion brands - Torre Lazur McCann, Echo Torre Lazur, Regan Campbell Ward, McCann Healthcare, and McCann HumanCare -- as well as the leading worldwide Medical Communications practice, consisting of Complete Medical Group and Caudex Medical.
Its network is comprised of four global advertising and promotions agencies - Torre Lazur Healthcare Group; RCW Group, McCann Healthcare group, and McCann HumanCare -- as well as the leading worldwide Medical Communications practice, consisting of Complete Medical Group and Caudex Medical.
Management fires top-killed most seedlings, but many had an enlarged caudex indicating that they re-sprouted after each fire.
As part of this expansion, Charlie Buckwell is appointed Worldwide Head of Medical Communications and will lead this higher level of specialist capability, with all medical communications units, including Complete Medical Group and Caudex Medical, reporting to him.
Data collected included caudex diameter, leaf numbers and