A circle of two or more leaves, flowers, or other organs, about the same part or joint of a stem.
A ring formed by three or more leaves eminating from the same point.
a circle of leaves, sepals, stames or other organs around an axis.--------------------Y-Z
n. (AS. hweorfan, to turn) circle of flowers, parts of a flower, or leaves arising from one point; verticil.
1). A ring of similar organs arising from a node. 2). The arrangement of leaves in a circle.
A ring of branches around a stem.
when leaves or flowers are circularly arranged, arising from the same single point.
An arrangement of three or more leaves or other organs in a circle about an axis [Go to source
A circle of three or more structures radiating outward from the same node. For example, pines, spruces, and firs produce a terminal stem called the leader and a major whorl of lateral limbs at the base of the leader each year. A node is the place on the stem of the tree where these limbs in the whorl attach.
an arrangement of three or more structures at a node
a round shape formed by a series of concentric circles
A circle of floral organs or branches or leaves at a node.
Group of three or more structures of the same kind (generally leaves or flower parts) at the same node.
A ring of leaves or flowers around a stem at the same level as each other.
A circle of leaves around a node.
A group of more than two organs of the same kind, like leaves arising at the same level. Also refers to each turn of a spiral shell.
an arrangement of three or more leaves or branches radiating from the same node; a circle of structures around a stem.
a ring of leaves, bracts or floral parts borne at the same level on an axis. cf. cyclic, spiral.
A group of three or more leaves or shoots, all emerging from a stem at a single node.
Buds, flowers, leaves or shoots arising from the same node, usually 3 or more
Three or more leaves or branches at a node; circle of flower parts as sepals, petals or stamens.
A circle of leaves round the stem, as in Bunchberry.
An arrangement of appendages, such as branches or leaves, such that all are equally spaced around the stem at the same point, much like the spokes of a wheel or the ribs of an umbrella
Arranged in a circle around a central point.
A circle of flowers, parts of a flower, or leaves arising from a single point. From the Old English, hweorfan, "to turn."
Structures such as buds and leaves arising three or more at a time around a stem at the same point.
A ring of leaves or other structures arising in a circle at the same level (see diagram).