Caulescent means that a plant has a well defined stem above ground. … paleacea is a caulescent plant.
What is Acaulescent stem?
Acaulescent is the word used to describe plants with no visible stem. [It is pronounced a-kaw-LE-sent.] Most plants have one or more central stems that support the aboveground portion of the plant. These plants are called caulescent. Acaulescent plants do not appear to have stems.
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What is Acerose?
Definitions of acerose. adjective. narrow and long and pointed; as pine leaves. synonyms: acerate, acicular, needle-shaped simple, unsubdivided. (botany) of leaf shapes; of leaves having no divisions or subdivisions.
What are Decumbent plants?
A plant habit characterized by stems or branches which recline on the ground from a horizontal or inclined base, but the apexes are curved upright. Compare with: Procumbent.
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What does Cordate leaf mean?
heart-shaped Definitions of cordate leaf. a heart-shaped leaf. type of: simple leaf. a leaf that is not divided into parts.
What are the 4 types of plants?
Types of Plants-Herbs, Shrubs, Trees, Climbers, and Creepers.
What is Decumbent stem?
Decumbent: stems that lie flat on the ground and turn upwards at the ends. Fruticose: stems that grow shrublike with woody like habit. Herbaceous: non woody, they die at the end of the growing season. … Node: a point of attachment of a leaf or a twig on the stem in seed plants.