erect stem

erect stem

[i′rekt ′stem]
(botany)
A stem that stands, having a vertical or upright habit.
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An erect stem is produced during the following spring, flowering in late spring, and seeds are dispersed during mid- to late-summer (Cavers et al.
It is an annual herb with a deep taproot and an erect stem that becomes woody with age.
Vaurie (1948) reported a dead adult in the erect stem of a soybean in South Carolina in Nov (no year or date mentioned), but did not list soybean as a larval host plant.
It is during this early period of development that a tree may be best able to develop an erect stem.
This handsome plant has an erect stem containing a circlet of compound pinnate leaves that support a sturdy raceme of pea-like flowers ranging in colour from pale white to deep scarlet.
You might also like to try some of the colourful annual hybrids of Impatiens Balsamina, the Garden Balsam, that produce an erect stem up to 75 cm (30") high with large clusters of pink, purple and white flowers.
Similar to Envoy, Morden003 has a determinate growth habit Type 1, with strong erect stem and branches (Schwartz et al.
Main erect stem unbranched; plants pale green, usually dying back during winter; plants primarily of wetland communities Lycopodiella
The RHS describes Eucomis as bulbous perennials forming a large basal rosette of strap-shaped leaves, with an erect stem bearing a dense raceme of star-shaped flowers, topped by a crown of leafy bracts.
Early Rose has the Type 11a, indeterminate growth habit, with strong erect stem and branches and absence of vines (Singh, 1982).
A 55's expression of growth habit and stiff erect stem characteristics are stable across environments, although plant height may vary depending on the nutrient and moisture availability and growing season temperatures.