cespitose definition

  • adjective:
    • Botany Growing in tufts or clumps.
    • getting the form of an item of grass, in other words. many is due to one rootstock or from many entangled rootstocks or origins.
    • getting the kind a piece of grass, i. e., numerous is due to one rootstock or from numerous entangled rootstocks or roots.
    • (of flowers) developing in small dense clumps or tufts
    • Botany Growing in tufts or clumps.
    • getting the form of some grass, for example. many comes from one rootstock or from numerous entangled rootstocks or roots.
    • getting the form an item of turf, i. e., many comes from one rootstock or from many entangled rootstocks or roots.
    • (of plants) growing in little thick clumps or tufts
  • others:
    • In botany, developing in reasonable tufty patches.
    • In entomology, matted; tangled: applied to a surface when it's thickly covered with lengthy and irregularly commingled hairs. Also cespitous.
    • In botany, growing in low tufty patches.
    • In entomology, matted; tangled: placed on a surface if it is thickly covered with long and irregularly commingled hairs. Also cespitous.

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