scapose


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scapose

(skā′pōs′)
adj.
Consisting of, having, or borne on a scape: scapose stems; a scapose inflorescence.
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Alternatively, Tilman (1988) predicts that intense disturbances should favor small scapose plants with high relative growth rates in nutrient-poor habitats.
There are 53 known species of Orthophytum and seven varieties (Louzada 2008), forming two easily distinguished groups: one with a well-developed scape, informally called "complex with scapose inflorescence," and the other group with a sessile inflorescence (Leme, 2004, (Leme 2004)a.
The two new species proposed here are members of the "subcomplex mello-barretoi" of the "complex with scapose inflorescence", which was originally conceived with two species, (Leme 2004), i.