Definitions for "Monopodial"
Having a monopodium or a single and continuous axis, as a birchen twig or a cornstalk.
One of the two forms of orchid vegetative growth (the other is sympodial), wherein a single vegetative shoot grows continually upward, such as in the central rosette of Phalaenopsis and the more vine-like Vanda.
of growth, with a persistent terminal growing point producing many lateral organs successively; of a stem, growing in the above manner. cf. indeterminate, sympodial.
type of branching in which each branch is NOT equal in size and length. The main branch is bigger and stronger than side branches. This is the type of branching seen in 98% of all tracheophytes.
Parent Term: Branching_pattern