pedicel


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pedicel

[′ped·ə‚sel]
(botany)
The stem of a fruiting or sporebearing organ.
The stem of a single flower.
(zoology)
A short stalk in an animal body.
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Scape and pedicel of similar development, but pedicel broader, pale yellow setose.
Another example involved comparison of the pedicel at the time of anthesis and at a later stage (fruit stalk).
Label the pedicel with tape for identification purposes.
In some genera of Andropogoneae (Sorghastrum Nash, Asthenochloa Buse, Ratzeburgia Kunth, Thelepogon Roth) the pedicellate spikelet is reduced and the shBr is formed either by the sessile spikelet and the pedicel (Vegetti, 1999) or by the sessile spikelet only (Camara Hernandez & Rua, 1992); these later branches are truncated second-degree shBrs (Weberling et al.
They concluded that dipping the clusters into the heated ethanol (50[degrees]C) had significant effect to control gray mold unless the berry pedicel is removed.
Agnarsson (2004) documented the distribution of distinct elongated setae around the pedicel on abdomens of theridiid spiders.
Antennal scape blackish brown; pedicel brownish yellow to pale brown; 1st flagellomere brownish yellow to pale brown, nearly 1.
Puya mima has large, zygomorphic flowers on the end of a long pedicel, similar to P.
clypeus narrowly separated from the eyes; (character 5, malar space) malar space shorter than pedicel (Fig.
Antenna blackish; pedicel with circlet of subapical setulae; first flagellomere nearly as long as scape + pedicel, 1.