stipe


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to stipe: stripe

stipe

(stīp)
n.
A supporting stalk or stemlike structure, especially the stalk of a pistil, the petiole of a fern frond, or the stalk that supports the cap of a mushroom.

stipe

  1. the stalk of the thallus of a seaweed.
  2. the fruiting body of a fungus.
References in periodicals archive ?
In the third flushing of the length of stipe or stem the highest treatment was obtained by treatment 3 (8x12) with a mean of 31.
David's wife, Beth Stipe, plans to continue her leadership role at the Community Foundation of North Central Washington (CFNCW), where for the last 13 years she has developed wonderful relationships with donors and non-profits throughout the region.
Stipe is unabashedly boasting again on the offbeat delight, "Mine Smell Like Honey.
Wheat spawn grain interacted with the various oils to induce mean stipe diameters in the order of cotton or coconut, groundnut, butterfat, palm or palm kernel oil.
Additionally the stipes should now also be included in preparations to obtain the most comprehensive spread of active ingredients.
Much of what Stipe is and does is open to interpretation but, whatever one's personal taste, it is now a truth universally acknowledged that he is, musically and lyrically, a genius.
Stipe and his stripe; The singer at Balloch with his trademark facepaint yesterday
Stipe and Elizabeth, who is known as Betty, met when Stipe was lodging with Betty's mother.
In a comparison of groups of algae taken from "exposed" and "protected" sites, Carrington (1990) found no significant difference in stipe strength (breaking force divided by cross-sectional area at the breaking point) for M.
Giant Croatian keeper Stipe "The Octopus" Pletikosa has emerged as a potential replacement for Mark Schwarzer.
0 mm, linear-lanceolate, orange-yellowish, marginally entire to short-ciliate; phyllopodia 5-15 mm long; fronds (22-) 30-45 cm long; stipes 1/3-1/2 the frond length; stipe scales 2-5 x 0.
Hymenium: Gills, free of the stipe, crowded, broad, white turning pink as spores mature.