hollow stem

hollow stem

[′häl·ō ′stem]
(design engineering)
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Common hogweed can grow up to 2m in height and is identifiable by its large hollow stem with hair.
Like all Angelicas, it has a fleshy, fluted, hollow stem with celery-like leaves that are topped by large umbels of green/white flowers.
The presence or absence of hollow stem was determined after cutting the stem longitudinally.
It only can be used with KURZ[R] Total Prostheses with a circular hollow stem.
What B is a giant tropical grass with a hollow stem? Blooper: BUSH Correct answer: BAMBOO
The existing valves were replaced with hollow stem valves with two-piece welded heads--weighing 40% less while requiring 50% less spring force-resulting in further friction reduction during low-speed operation.
The 0.1-g cap is unique because of a hollow stem extending from the cap at a 45[degrees] angle.
You can add the leaves to a salad, or put them in a Bloody Mary and use the hollow stem to sip from.
When mature, the borer vacates the hollow stem and goes into the soil to pupate.
Solid stem varieties yield significantly less then hollow stem varieties in areas with little WSS pressure (Weiss and Morrill, 1992).