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peduncle definition

  • noun:
    • Botany The stalk of an inflorescence or a stalk bearing a solitary rose in a one-flowered inflorescence.
    • Zoology A stalklike construction in invertebrate creatures, typically serving as an attachment for a more substantial component or construction.
    • Anatomy A stalklike bundle of nerve materials connecting various areas of the brain.
    • Medicine The stalklike base that a polyp or cyst is connected.
    • The axis of an inflorescence; the stalk encouraging an inflorescence.
    • a quick stalk on base of a leaf or reproductive framework.
    • A bundle of neurons connecting various areas of the brain.
    • In arthropods, the beds base sections of an antenna.
    • A stem affixing scores of tissue (including a polyp) into the human body.
    • an accumulation nerves inside appendage of an animal (including the tip of a dolphin's end).
    • The stem or stalk that supports the flower or fresh fruit of a plant, or a cluster of blossoms or fruits.
    • sort of stem through which certain shells and barnacles tend to be mounted on other things. See Illust. of Barnacle.
    • A band of stressed or fibrous matter connecting different parts of the brain
    • In botany, a general flower-stalk supporting either a cluster or a solitary rose: in the second case the cluster might regarded as paid off to one bloom. Gray. See in addition cut under pedicel.
    • In zoöl., some foot or foot-like part; a pedicle or pedicel.
    • look at adjective.
    • In zoöl:
    • stalk bearing an inflorescence or solitary rose
    • the thin procedure for structure that attaches a polyp into the human anatomy
    • a lot of money of myelinated neurons joining some other part of mental performance
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