Difference between revisions of "Distichous"

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Two ranked leaves on opposite sides of the stem. In this example, showing both opposite leaf arrangement on the left and alternate on the right.<br><br>
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Two rows of leaves on opposite sides of the stem. In this example, showing both opposite leaf arrangement on the left and alternate on the right.<br><br>
  
 
Source: http://families.e-monocot.org/file-colorboxed/859<br><br>
 
Source: http://families.e-monocot.org/file-colorboxed/859<br><br>

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1. (Usually alternate) leaves arranged in parallel rows along each side of stem.

Leaf_arrangement_distichous.jpg

Two rows of leaves on opposite sides of the stem. In this example, showing both opposite leaf arrangement on the left and alternate on the right.

Source: http://families.e-monocot.org/file-colorboxed/859