(taxonomy) a term that describes divided or dividing into two parts or classifications

(botany) describes the type of branching in plants that results when the growing point (apical bud) divides into two equal growing points, which in turn divide in a similar maner after a period of growth, and so on. Dichotomous branching is common in ferns and mosses.

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