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stipe

[stīp]
(botany)
The petiole of a fern frond.
The stemlike portion of the thallus in certain algae.
(mycology)
The short stalk or stem of the fruit body of a fungus, such as a mushroom.
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In the second flushing of length of stipe or stem the highest treatment was obtained by treatment 2 (7x12) with a mean of 111.
Professionally my favorite activity has always been developing amazing places for people to visit and enjoy the outdoors," Stipe said.
The storm didn't kill me, the government changed," Stipe snaps.
What puts the zing into the action is the stipe, Fulop said.
After two hours it was all over with Stipe announcing to the enthusiastic crowd: "We're REM.
There was generally no difference between the cultivated and wild samples, however the stipes of G.
Stipe is from Georgia, USA, that bastion of right-wing politics, yet he spent much of autumn 2004 trying to bring down George W Bush.
Starring: Daniel Bruhl, Stipe Erceg, Julia Jentsch.
REM frontman Michael Stipe took the high road last night as his band sent 40,000 Scots fans wild at Loch Lomond.
STIPE and ELIZABETH DADIC, of Shipston Road, Wyken, Coventry, celebrate 50 years of marriage today.