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Axillary

(Science: biology) Located or growing from an axil.


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stem - branch : the difference

A stem could be any shoot, either the main primary shoot or one produced by growth of an axillary bud. A branch is always a shoot produced by growth of an axillary bud. Either could be above ground, such as the typical stem of a tomato plant, or below ground, such as ...

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by Naturebot
Mon Nov 15, 2010 5:36 pm
 
Forum: Botany Discussion
Topic: stem - branch : the difference
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WHY?

... chamber because they reproduce differently than other conifers. They don't produce woody seed cones. Instead the form ovules at the tips of short axillary shoots. Each ovule is at least partially surrounded by a fleshy, cuplike covering called an aril. In yews, the aril is bright red and open ...

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by ivygirl_5
Sun Aug 26, 2007 6:34 am
 
Forum: Botany Discussion
Topic: WHY?
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branch formation

SSL is it from the axillary bud, Correct :) is the branch meristem equal, and independent from the apical shoot meristem? i know that the apical shoot meristem inhibits some other meristems - but probably not the one in branches right? ...

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by Linn
Sun Jan 14, 2007 1:57 am
 
Forum: Botany Discussion
Topic: branch formation
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branch formation

hi. i skipped through all the questions and i didnt find any answer that would help me with this : how does a branch form? is it from the axillary bud, or do only leaves come from the axillary bud? plus, is the branch meristem equal, and independent from the apical shoot meristem? i know that ...

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by blazblazni
Sun Jan 07, 2007 5:44 pm
 
Forum: Botany Discussion
Topic: branch formation
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Pubes

... of pubic hair vary among people. On some people, pubic hair is thick and/or coarse, while on others it may be sparse and/or fine. Pubic hair and axillary (armpit) hair can vary in color considerably from the hair of the scalp. In most people it is darker, although it can also be lighter. On many ...

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by Dr.Stein
Mon Nov 28, 2005 2:35 am
 
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: Pubes
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