stipitate


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stipitate

(stĭp′ĭ-tāt′)
adj.
Supported on or having a stipe.
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stipitate

(of plant structures) having a stalk.
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Fronds < 25 cm long, glands and/or stipitate hairs present, peltate scales present abaxially; >1.0 mm in diameter 14.
By 1998, Norrisia was commonly observed (>20 snails per dive) on the subtidal stipitate kelps Pterygophora Californica and Macrocystis pyrifera in Diablo Cove.
Description.--Fruiting bodies: Centrally stipitate gilled mushrooms.
The giant kelps were tagged with plastic-coated wire that was looped around haptera, and the tags were replaced as they were overgrown; stipitate plants were tagged with Floy spaghetti tags tied on the stipes.
Leaves 1.8-9 cm long; petiole 6-17 mm long; pulvinus 0.6-1.3 mm diam; rachis 1.7-8.5 cm long, interfoliolar segments 0.2-0.9 cm long; extrafloral nectaries 5-15, fusiform, shortly stipitate or stipitate, located between all pairs of leaflets, 0.8 1.5 x c.
buekii all of its characters except the narrow stipitate base (see Jimenez-Mejias & Martinetto, 2013).
The stipitate Hydnums of the eastern United States.
indica (Schumann, 1886; Scott, 1978; Verdoorn, 1981; Thulin, 1998) were: cymes heteromorphic, calyces unorderly, half (Scott, 1978) to none (Scott, 1978; Thulin, 1998) of the normal nearly completely fused stamen filament fusion lengths, a stipitate distended arcuate pistil, ovary abnormally shaped and stigma composite-nodular.
1 cm long, without sterile bracts; spikes 2-3 mm long stipitate (without sterile bracts), 1.5-2.5 cm long, ca.