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ped·i·cel

(ped'i-sel), Do not confuse this word with pedicle.
The secondary process of a podocyte, which helps form the visceral capsule of a renal corpuscle.
Synonym(s): footplate2, foot-plate ☆ , foot process
[Mod. L. pedicellus, dim. of L. pes, foot]
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pedicel

(pĕd′ĭ-səl, -sĕl′)
n.
1. Botany
a. A small stalk or stalklike part bearing a single flower in an inflorescence.
b. A support for a fern sporangium or moss capsule.
2. See pedicle.

ped′i·cel′lar (-sĕl′ər) adj.
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ped·i·cel

(ped'i-sel)
The secondary process of a podocyte, which helps form the visceral capsule of a renal corpuscle.
Synonym(s): foot process, footplate (2) , foot-plate.
[Mod. L. pedicellus, dim. of L. pes, foot]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

pedicel

the stalk of a flower.
Collins Dictionary of Biology, 3rd ed. © W. G. Hale, V. A. Saunders, J. P. Margham 2005
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Pedicel (OIPC), stalk (OIS), and leaf (OIL) extracts also promoted strong antioxidant effects ([EC.sub.50] values in the range of 17 to 65 [micro]g/mL).
The main characteristics are pruinose endoperidium with plicate apophysis, regularly plicate and strongly conic peristome, and long pedicel (up to 13 mm high).
Chasmogamous flowers borne in pairs at tips of vegetative stems; bract subtending each flower like a vegetative leaf but generally smaller, 4-9 mm long, 1.5-2 mm wide; peduncle 3-10 mm long, shorter in flowers, elongating as fruits mature; bracteoles borne at or slightly below apex of peduncle, spreading, resembling miniature leaves 1.5-3 mm long, 0.8-1.5 mm wide, ovate, deciduous in fruit; pedicel 3-7 mm long, shorter in flowers, elongating as fruits mature; cleistogamous flowers not found.
Tomato pedicel abscission zones (approximately 3 mm) were cut using a double-sided blade and then fixed with formaldehyde and glutaraldehyde (4% formaldehyde: 0.5% glutaraldehyde = 1:1) for 1h at 4[degrees]C.
Based on morphological characterization, the foot rot pathogen exhibited globose oogonia with paragynous antheridia, chlamydospore, torulose hyphae and lemon shaped sporangia with long pedicel.
Perisarc of main stem moderately thick, thinner at secondary branches and pedicels. Internode length 930-6640 [micro]m (n = 10), diameter 87.5-160 [micro]m (n = 10), with 1-7 septa (n = 10), supporting hydrothecal pedicel arising from distal apophysis.
The xylem of anthesis flower parts and pedicels consists exclusively of tracheary elements with helical bands, and rarely, with annular bands.
Afterwards, ten berries (pedicels attached) were placed on the platform vertically to determine berry removal force.