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sympodial

(of a stem) growing in length by development of lateral buds, the terminal bud developing into an inflorescence or dying back each year.
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Each course was taught from a classroom with a computer equipped with a sympodium on which the instructor writes the lecture material.
The Smartboard and Sympodium projection systems, whiteboards, computers, monitors, desks, and chairs at the course location sites are all brand new.
If, at each fork, one of the two branches becomes stronger than the other, a sympodium will result, with an apparent main axis composed of one of the two forks.
SMART Technologies has added to its interactive lectern Sympodium products.
Instructional equipment includes a smart "sympodium," three 12-foot by 16-foot screens and a clear speaker system.
The HFI is the average number of days between the appearances of flowers at sequential positions on the same sympodium. On a per sympodium basis, the HFI was calculated by dividing the number of days from the appearance of a flower at the proximal sympodial position and the distal sympodial position and dividing by the number of intervening fruiting positions.
The Sympodium TL-150, SMART, Technologies' latest tabletop lectern, is designed to sit on top of any flat podium or desk, and features all the interactive functions and annotation capabilities of the SMART Board interactive whiteboard.
The SMART Sympodium, an interactive lectern console, lets attorneys simultaneously present, edit, and save information in a courtroom or lecture hall.
From SMART Technologies comes the new Sympodium L250 interactive lectern, a multimedia presentation tool ideal for large audiences.
(1990a) attributed the reduced boll number and size at FS 2 and 3 on a given sympodium to preferential partitioning of photosnythate to the older bolls at FSI.
With both methods, sympodia (fruiting branches) were partitioned into zones of four consecutive mainstem nodes beginning at the node where most plants initiated the first sympodium. Most plants initiated sympodia at mainstem Node 5 at St.