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AXIL
The upper angle of where a leaf stalks joins the stem or a smaller stem joins a larger one.
ALTERNATE
One leaf attached at each node. See opposite and whorled
CAPSULE
A dry fruit which contains more than one seed and splits open when ripe.
CALKIN
A compound bloom consisting of scaly bracts and flowers of the same sex
DECIDIOUS
Refers to Trees which drop their leaves in Autum Compare evergreen.
DOWNY
With very short and weak soft hairs.
Drupe
A type of fruit having a single seed en closed in a hard layer and that is covered with soft, often juicy flesh,as in cherries and peaches.
Evergreen
A plant that retains green leaves throughout the year. Life span of an individual leaf can be 2-15 years.
Leaflet
A leaf-like portions of the blade of a compound leaf. There is no bud in the axil of its petiole.
Leaf Scar-
The impression in a twig at the point where a leaf was attached.
Lenticel
A pore in the bark of young trunks and branches through which air passes to interior cells.
Lobe
A division or projecting part of the blade of a leaf.
Opposite
Two leaves attached at each node.See alternate and whorled.
Pedicel
The stalk of a flower or inflorescence.
Petiole
The stalk attachinga leaf blade of a leaf.
PITH
The spongey material in the center of twigs and young truncks
SESSILE
Refers to a plant part having its bas eattached directly to the stem without a intervening.
STALKED
REFERS to a lea f or a flower having a lenth or petiole or pecicil between its base and the stem See sessile
WITCHES
Abnormal brushy growth of small branches caused by an infection
WHORLED
Three of more leaves or other parts attached to a stemat the same point