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Angiosperm Families - Androstachydaceae Airy Shaw
... foliolate); stipulate. Stipules intrapetiolar; concrescent; ochreate (forming an oblong, flattened sheath enclosing the terminal bud). Stem anatomy. Secondary thickening developing from a conventional cambial ring (?). Reproductive type, pollination ... 2–3 (in lateral members of the male triads), or 5 (in the terminal male flower), or 5–6 (in female flowers); polysepalous; more or less imbricate ...

Making a Tree Leaf Collection
... the entire leaf attached to a small part of the twig with a lateral or terminal bud. The collected leaves should be handled carefully before being placed in a leaf press (more ...

... does exhibit their own characteristics. Terminal Bud A twig of Butternut showing: Terminal bud, Leaf Bud, Flower Bud, Leaf scar, Lenticels. Lateral Bud A twig of Butternut showing: Lateral bud, Leaf scar, Vascular ... Alternate Arrangement - lateral buds are alternately arrranged on the twig. Whorled Arrangement - the terminal buds are grouped or clustered. Example - Oaks. The University of Guelph is ...

Fall Fertilizing Not Recommended
... growth has ceased. Look carefully and you should also see a bud at the base of each leaf, and a terminal bud at the very tip of the branch. Some plants, such as ...

The Gardener's Network: Flowers - How to Grow Dahlia Perennial Flowers
... buds, usually three. To grow bigger blooms disbud the two side buds, leaving the middle, terminal bud. Dahlias will succumb to a hard frost. Dig up the tubers, and place them in ...

The History of Cabbage
... plants in which there were a large number of tender leaves closely packed into the terminal bud at the top of the stem, these plants were selected and propagated more frequently. A ...

Determinate or Cymose Inflorescence
Determinate or Cymose Inflorescence Determinate or Cymose Inflorescence In determiante or cymose inflorescence the terminal bud becomes a flower; and since no further elongation can occur, theoretically the growth of the inflorescence is predetermined. Determinate inflorescence may be classified as diachasiumand sympodial cyme. Return to Main Menu Inflorescence of flowering plants

... Diachasium DiachasiumIn plants with opposite branching the terminal bud of the stem forms a flower and the two axillary branches at the first node ...
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California Backyard Orchard - Pruning & Training
... tree giving it an entirely new look. Strongest growth goes to the terminal bud. When cut, the lateral bud becomes the terminal bud and growth continues in that direction. Training/Pruning Systems Open Center ... . The tree must be open enough for light penetration, interior shoot growth and fruit bud development. Dead, dying, diseased parts and interfering branches should be removed. Weak or very ...

Daylily Dictionary: Bud
Daylily Dictionary: Bud BUD: 1.) A young and undeveloped leaf, flower or shoot; meristemic tissue enclosed by modified leaves; terminal and lateral buds. Photo by Michael Brown, used with permission. Return to Terms Page Return to Daylily Image Map Return to AHS Home Page Copyright 2000 by the American Hemerocallis Society, all rights reserved

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