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caudex

[′kȯ‚deks]
(botany)
The main axis of a plant, including stem and roots.
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Caudex growth in arborescent ferns varies greatly between species and habitats (Arens, 2001; Schmitt and Windisch, 2007; Mehltreter and GarcIa-Franco, 2008), and some species grow faster in secondary forests than in primary ones (Bittner and Breckle, 1995).
fern caudex 018, Layer III Beta-231220 870 [+ or -] 40 9 Dodonaea viscosa Beta-231222 490 [+ or -] 40 10 Canthium odorata Beta-248818 820 [+ or -] 40 11 Pearl shell Beta-248819 840 [+ or -] 40 12 Pearl shell Beta-248820 790 [+ or -] 40 13 Pearl shell
Planta herbacea perenne, rastrera, de hasta 30 cm de largo; caudex estriado, cubierto por restos de los peciolos de otros anos de crecimiento, glabro; hojas dispuestas en roseta basal, sobre peciolos delgados, estriados y acanalados, de (2.
A resilient and rugged grower that is loved for its unusual caudex and bright, cheery flowers that adorn the plant in spring.
Hierba perenne, 30-60 cm de altitud, caudex perenne, 8-10 cm de largo.
Nubia has a shy foreign accent, Jonathan's father sounds old and wise, Caudex the servant sounds old and sleepy, and the grieving father is mad with woe.
caudex | codex, tronco, corteza del arbol; codice y codigo.
Plants often produce a single stem (Woodson 1954, Ajilvsgi 1979) but they can branch and form several stems from the caudex (Woodson 1954).
nuttallianum Annual Mimulus clevelandii Suffrutescent(*) Penstemon centranthifolius Suffrutescent(*) * Suffrutescent = herbaceous with woody caudex.
Individual plants (genets) consist of a fibrous root system and a thickened stem, called a caudex, from which arise one to several meristems.
codexplural codicesLatin caudex, codex tree trunk, book made originally of wooden tablets