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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The phloem inflow to the berry is regulated by rates of berry growth, transpiration, respiration and sugar accumulation as well as sugar concentration of the pedicel phloem sap.
5 x 9-12 um, pedicel hyaline, fragile, 47-107 x 4-8.
Scape and pedicel of similar development, but pedicel broader, pale yellow setose.
5-10 cm long, containing 6-18 flowers with the flowers decussate or distally in no consistent order, the axes densely and persistently appressed-tomentose or the pedicel glabrescent late in maturation of fruit; bracts 2-2.
However, the female flowers bract is always located closer to the base of pedicel.
Sporangial morphological characteristics of samples from cocoa pods and husks Sample Papillation Pedicel length Chlamydospore Branching ([micro]m) habit Pod Husk Pod Husk Pod Husk Pod Husk Sagamu A + + 25 30.
2: Typical morphological characteristics of Phytophthora capsici isolated from infected black pepper root: Chlamysdospore (a); torulose hyphae (b); lemon shape sporangium with long pedicel (c) and globose oogonia with paragynous antheridia (d)
The antennal markings found on the ventral surface of the pedicel and scape were photographed using a Canon PowerShot S5 IS digital camera.
Its papery sheath opens and the white drop falls free, supported by a hair-fine stem - the pedicel.