The trunk or stem of a tree, or that which is like it.
The main trunk of a tree.
the trunk of a tree, below the lowest branch. cf. canopy.
A tree stem once it has grown to substantial thickness capable of yielding saw timber or large poles.
A tree stem that has grown to substantial thickness, capable of yielding saw logs, veneer logs or large poles.
Stem or trunk, usually refers to tree. Probably describes a particularly large bamboo culm.
the trunk or main stem of a tree.
The stem or trunk of a tree that has grown to a substantial height and diameter.
The main stem or axis of a tree; merchantable portion of a tree stem.
Trunk of a tree above the root collar and extending along the main axis.
Part of tree between the lowest boughs of the crown and the highest part of the buttress. Parent Term: Tree_(any_size) Plural: Boles Child Terms: Buttress Fluted Sinewy Stilt_roots Coppice Hoop Knee_roots Pneumatophore Prop_root Rhizome Stolon Stoloniferous Taproot Aerial_roots Difficulty Level: Show examples
The stem or trunk of a tree, usually thought of as being that part without limbs, the merchantable part of the stem, the bottom part of the stem.
the trunk of a tree up to the first main branches.
Main part of the stem of a tree before it separates into branches.