verticillate


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verticillate

 [ver-tis´ĭ-lāt]
arranged in whorls.
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ver·ti·cil·late

(ver'ti-sil'āt),
Disposed in the form of a verticil.
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ver·ti·cil·late

(vĕr-tis'i-lāt)
Arranged in the form of a verticil.
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Leaves opposite, petiolate or sessile, alternate or rarely verticillate, generally coriaceous, sometimes crassous.
The verticillate disposition does not correspond with the basic distichy of vegetative structures and is the result of a polistichy in the inflorescence main rachis (Camara Hernandez, 2001).