Definición de internode en inglés:

internode

Silabificación: in·ter·node
Pronunciación: /ˈintərˌnōd
 
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sustantivo

  • 1A slender part between two nodes or joints, in particular.
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    • In type II divergence, the evolutionary rate for a specific site is accelerated somewhere along the basal internode that connects the two subfamilies.
    • The branching pattern observed in Figure 1 shows that the early eutherian radiation was rather rapid (note the short basal internodes coupled with long terminal branches).
    • The articulated colonies of Crisia fragment into their constituent internodes after decay of the elastic joints.
  • 1.1 Botany A part of a plant stem between two of the nodes from which leaves emerge.
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    • The shoot, especially in the upper part, was elongated in OB plants with longer internodes but the same leaf number.
    • The upright clump of leaves observed on 11 December 1987 was a vestige of the future upright, leafy stem with very short internodes between the leaves.
    • Buds in the axils of the bracts expanded and repeated the pattern; each had a prophyll that remained in the bract axil, a long internode, then a succession of leaves with shorter internodes and a terminal spikelet.
  • 1.2 Anatomy A stretch of a nerve cell axon sheathed in myelin, between two nodes of Ranvier.
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    • Shortening the t-stem axon to two internodes did not have any effect on ARP, but it slightly increased LCI.

Origen

mid 17th century: from Latin internodium, from inter- 'between' + nodus 'knot'.

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