Difference between revisions of "Sympodial"

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2. when growth continues through a series of [[axillary]] branches that seem to form a single [[stem]].<br><br>
 
2. when growth continues through a series of [[axillary]] branches that seem to form a single [[stem]].<br><br>
 
http://hcs.osu.edu/images/cd0238/202/cd0238-28.jpeg<br><br>
 
http://hcs.osu.edu/images/cd0238/202/cd0238-28.jpeg<br><br>
 
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http://www.orchidcare.com/pot35_small.jpg<br><br>
pot35 small
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This picture illustrates sympodial branching from a shared point.<br>
http://www.orchidcare.com/pot35_small.jpg
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Source: http://www.orchidcare.com<br><br>
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This picture illustrates symodial branching from a shared point. Source:http://www.orchidcare.com
 

Revision as of 13:02, 23 March 2006


1. multiple upward branching from a common branch point, resembling an upward-turned hand.
2. when growth continues through a series of axillary branches that seem to form a single stem.

cd0238-28.jpeg

pot35_small.jpg

This picture illustrates sympodial branching from a shared point.
Source: http://www.orchidcare.com