The angle or point of divergence between the upper side of a branch, leaf, or petiole, and the stem or branch from which it springs.
The angle between the upper side of a leaf or stem and the supporting stem.
the angle between branches and leaves or between branches and branches
The upper angle where a leaf stalks joins the stem or a smaller stem joins a larger one.
The point on a stem immediately above the base of a leaf.
The upper angle between the stem and the leaf
the angle between the axis (stem or branch) and the part arising from it (leaf or bract).
The angle formed by the upper side of a leaf and the stem.
The angle between the top-side of a leaf and its stem, from which flower buds or growths appear.
the upper angle that a petiole or peduncle makes with the stem that bears it
n. (L. axilla, armpit) the angle found between any two organs or structures.
The upper angle between an organ (branch) and its axis.
aisselle the upper angle between a leaf and its stem, where a bud usually develops (from the Latin for armpit).
or axis - The upper angle a leaf makes with the stem; the bud found in that angle is an axillary bud.
The angle on the upper side of the union of the stem and a leaf, petiole, or branch.
The more-or-less V-shaped angle made by the junction between a leaf and a stem or twig.
the upper angle between an axis and an offshoot such as a branch or leafstalk
The location on a stem between the upper surface of a leaf or leafstalk and the stem from which it is growing.
The point of the angle between the stem and leaf attachment.
Part of the plant from which leaves or branches attach.
the upper angle formed by a leaf and the stem on which it is attached.
Upper angle formed by a leaf and its stalk on a stem.
point where a leaf or branch is attached to the stem. biennial: a plant that completes its life cycle in 2 years, and reproduces only by seed.
The angle formed between two attached plant parts, e.g. leaves on the main stem.
point where a leaf or secondary branch joins the stem; the upper angle of the junction of the stem and leaf.
The upper angle formed by the union of the stem and the leaf.
The angle formed between two plant parts. Usually refers to the upper angle between a leaf and stem.
The upper angle between a scale and the flower/fruit body. In Notocactus the bristles and hair/wool grows from here.
AX-el The regions between a leaf stalk and stem. 541
The upper angle between the point of attachment of a leaf and stem.
The angle, typically acute, formed by the leaf and the stem where they join.
Aisselle Axil, m Axila The point of junction of stem and leaf.
the angle between a stem and the upper side of a leaf-stalk.
the upper angle formed where a petiole or branch joins a stem; the angle formed between any two organs.
Referring to the angle formed between any two organs.
The angle between the leaf or leaf stalk and the stem that carries it. Any new growth or flower bud that arises from an axil is called axillary.
the upper angle between a leaf and the stem. (click here to see leaf)
the angle formed between two objects.
The area between a leaf and the stem from which the leaf arises.
Upper angle formed by a leaf or branch with the stem.
The angle above a leaf; the point above a leaf scar.
The angle created between two structures on a plant, such as the notch formed between the base of a leaf and the stem. Go Back
the junction of the leaf or petiole and the stem KAREN RANDALL
The upper angle formed by the junction of a leaf or branch and stem.
the upper angle between leaf and stem or a branch and stem. ( Derived from Latin axilla the armpit)
the angle between a leaf or bract and the axis bearing it. adj. axillary.
The angle formed by a stem with a branch, leaf stalk, or flower stalk growing from it.
the upper angle between a branch or leaf stalk and the stem from which it grows. Return to
The corner where a structure meets the axis from which it branches (e.g. the armpit is in the axil of a human arm); the nerve axil Parent Term: Position Plural: Axils Difficulty Level
the upper angle formed by a leaf/branch with a main stem. In cacti, the axils are located at the base of tubercles. Hairs, shoots, and flowers often originate from the axils especially in Mammillaria species.
angle between a branch or a leaf and the axis from which it arises.
The angle formed by the junction of the leaf and stem from which new shoots develop.
The juncture of a petiole (leaf stem) with the crown or the juncture of a pedicel (individual bloom stem) with a peduncle.
The acute angle formed by a branch growing out from a stem or a leaf growing from a branch.
The upper angle between the petiole of a leaf and the stem from which it grows.
the angle formed between a leaf and a stem.
The upper hollow where the adaxial (upper) surface of the leaf or bract attaches to the stem
The area between a leaf and stem, where an axillary bud forms. The axillary bud can be a floral bud that becomes a flower, or a vegetative bud that may produce a lateral stem (or remain dormant).
(àk´-sil) - The location where the leaf joins a stem.
The upper acute angle formed by the junction of a leaf with the main stem or stem-branch.
The angle formed between a leaf stalk and the stem to which it is attached. In flowering plants, buds develop in the axils of leaves.
The angle between the upper surface of a leaf or leaf stalk and the stem that carries it. A growth or flower bud ("axillary bud") often appears in the axil. [ GO BACK TO TOP INDEX
The angle between the upper leaf surface and the stem to which it is attached.
The point of the angle formed by the leaf or petiole with the stem.
the angle between the upper side of the stem and a leaf or petiole.
Upper angle between a leaf or flower stalk and the stem (see diagram).
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