hollow stalk

hollow stalk

[′häl·ō ′stȯk]
(plant pathology)
Any plant disease characterized by deterioration of the pith in the stalk.
References in classic literature ?
It's your inside as isn't right made for music: it's no better nor a hollow stalk.
Also the meaning of a type of plant with a hollow stalk is found in SlkEl put 'Angelica (Russ.
The remaining question is how exactly the semantic heterogenity of the attested cognates is to be accounted for, or more precisely, how the duality between the meanings hollow stalk; Angelica, plant with a hollow stalk and inside, interior, core originally developed.
The cap looks like it's been fashioned from beaten copper and is attached to the hollow stalk with a loose-spring.
5 centimeters long and anchored themselves to the seafloor with a hollow stalk, says Simon Conway Morris, a paleontologist at the University of Cambridge in England.
Bamboo lumber products are made front bamboo strips cut from the walls off the hollow stalk that can be up to an inch thick," Hunter explains.
Freeman Rowe, a retired science instructor at Lane Community College, saw what happened when an LCC student tried to make a didgeridoo, a droning wind instrument, using the hollow stalk of a giant hogweed in the Broadway alley.
The hollow stalk emerges, the stalk-end thickens and forms a sphere, meeting the skin's interior.
Not only do the hollow stalks taste nice, but they look very striking too.