Definición de pedicel en inglés:

pedicel

Saltos de línea: pedi|cel
Pronunciación: /ˈpɛdɪs(ə)l
 
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sustantivo

Botany
  • 1A small stalk bearing an individual flower in an inflorescence. Compare with peduncle.
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    • An umbel is an inflorescence in which a number of flower stalks or pedicels, nearly equal in length, spread from a common center.
    • Counts were made of all buds, flowers, pedicels where flowers or fruits had aborted, and fruits.
    • The pedicel of the highest open flower on each inflorescence was tagged daily with a piece of dated tape for the duration of the experiment.
  • 1.1 Anatomy & Zoology another term for pedicle.
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    • A few posterior dorsals have a pair of depressions ventral to the pedicel on the edge of the intervertebral face.
    • A longitudinal crest on the medial face of each pedicel of the neural arch gives the neural canal an eight-shaped cross section in its central part.
    • Near the base of the pedicel, the transverse process projects lateroventrally.

Derivativos

pedicellate

Pronunciación: /-ˈdɪs(ə)leɪt/
adjetivo
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  • The only pedicellate flowered species in the state, T. pusillum var. texanum, is part of the T. pusillum complex, which occurs in a series of widely disjunct populations throughout much of the southeastern United States.
  • Ear cross sections: In maize, the spikelets are arranged in pairs, one pedicellate and one sessile.
  • Amphiumas also lack external gills (while retaining one of three pairs of larval gill slits), and their teeth are pedicellate.

Origen

late 17th century: from modern Latin pedicellus 'small foot', diminutive of pes, ped- 'foot'.

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