Alternate

When used in reference to a flaked projectile or tool, alternate implies the opposite face of opposing edges was flaked.

Alternate

Horticulturally speaking, alternate refers to leaves that are arranged on the stem in alternating fashion.
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Alternate

Leaves, shoots or a single bud that occur at the plant node.
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Alternate

Horticulturally speaking, alternate refers to leaves that are arranged on the stem in alternating fashion.
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alternate

[adj] - allowing a choice 2. [adj] - (botany) of leaves and branches etc 3. [v] - exchange people temporarily to fulfill certain jobs and functions 4. [v] - go back and forth 5. [v] - do something in turns
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Alternate

Opposite Sessile Succulent Terrestrial (in this case) Pairs of leaves successively at 90° to one another.
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Alternate

Having plant parts, particularly leaves, arranged alternately along a stem, as opposed to in pairs or whorled.
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Alternate

Arranged singly at different points along a stem or axis.
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Alternate

Al·ter'nate adjective [ Latin alternatus , past participle of alternate , from alternus . See Altern , Alter .] 1. Being or succeeding by turns; one following the other in succession of time or place; by turns first one and then the other; hence, reciprocal....
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Alternate

Al'ter·nate transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Alternated ; present participle & verbal noun Alternating .] [ Latin alternatus , past participle of alternare . See Altern .] To perform by turns, or in suc...
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alternate

Cause to occur or appear one after the other. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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alternate

alternative adjective allowing a choice; `an alternative plan`
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alternate

noun someone who takes the place of another person
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Alternate

• (a.) Being or succeeding by turns; one following the other in succession of time or place; by turns first one and then the other; hence, reciprocal. • (a.) Distributed, as leaves, singly at different heights of the stem, and at equal intervals as respects angular divergence. • (v. i.) To vary by turns; as, the land alternates betwe...
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alternate

cause to occur or appear one after the other.
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alternate

alternate 1. Someone who takes the place of another person> 2. To exchange people temporarily to fulfill certain jobs and functions. 3. To do something in turns. 4. To go back and forth; swing back and forth between two states or conditions. 5. To be an understudy or alternate for a role. 6. To reverse (a direction, attitude, or course of acti...
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Alternate

In British English this adjective means, according to OED and other sources, switching between two options or similar. It does not mean the same as alternative (see next), which OED specifically marks as an American meaning of alternate. In international English it is therefore thought better to observe the British distinction: then the meanings of...
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Alternate

Single buds, leaves, or shoots occurring singly at a node.
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alternate

A term used in mathematics with several different meanings. (1) Alternate angles are angles on opposite sides and opposite ends of a line that cuts two parallel lines. (2) A well-known theorem called the alternate segment theorem involves the segment on the opposite side of a given chord of a circle...
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ALTERNATE

With leaves arranged in a staggered fashion, as opposed to directly opposite one another
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Alternate

In botany, the term alternate is applied to leaves which are arranged successively on opposite sides of the stem.
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Alternate

Arising from different points and on opposite sides, of an axis. Only one leaf per node.
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Alternate

Only one leaf arising at a node.
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Alternate

a leaf arrangement along the axis in which the leaves are not opposite to each other or whorled
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alternate

(as adjective) leaves or flowers borne singly at different levels along a stem includes spiralled parts; or (as verb) when something occurs between something else, for example stamens alternating with petals; compare opposite.
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