Scape

• (n.) The apophyge of a shaft. • (n.) The long basal joint of the antennae of an insect. • (v. t. & i.) To escape. • (n.) The shaft of a column. • (n.) A peduncle rising from the ground or from a subterranean stem, as in the stemless violets, the bloodroot, and the like. • (n.) Loose act of vice or lewdness. • (n...
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scape

noun (architecture) upright consisting of the vertical part of a column
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scape

flower stalk noun erect leafless flower stalk growing directly from the ground as in a tulip
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Scape

[botany] In botany, a `scape` is a long internode forming the basal part or the whole of a peduncle. Typically it takes the form of a long, leafless flowering stem rising directly from a bulb, rhizome, or similar subterranean or underwater structure. The scapes of garlic are used as a vegetable. ==Etymology and usages== The word `scape`, as...
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Scape

Scape noun [ Latin scapus shaft, stem, stalk; confer Greek ... a staff: confer French scape . Confer Scepter .] 1. (Botany) A peduncle rising from the ground or from a subterranean stem, as in the stemless violets, the bloodroot, and the like. 2. (Zoology...
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Scape

Scape transitive verb & i. [ imperfect & past participle Scaped ; present participle & verbal noun Scaping .] [ Aphetic form of escape .] To escape. [ Obsolete or Poetic.] Milton. « Out of this prison help that we may...
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Scape

A finger-, tongue-, or lip-like projection from the midline of the female epigyne.
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Scape

A finger-, tongue-, or lip-like projection from the midline of the female epigyne.
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Scape

A leafless flower stalk that grows from the ground.
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Scape

a leafless flower stem that will grow directly from the base of the stem. Very common in bulbs.
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Scape

A leafless flower stem that will grow directly from the base of the stem very common in bulbs.
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Scape

a leafless flowering stem arising directly from the ground
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Scape

a leafless flowering stem arising directly from the ground
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Scape

A long flower-bearing stem or peduncle that arises from the ground.
Found on http://www.swsbm.com/ManualsMM/MedHerbGloss2.txt

Scape

A naked (leafless) or essentially naked stem that bears an inflorescence.
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Scape

A simple flower inflorescence that is topped by a solitary flowex, such as in many Papbiopedilum.
Found on http://www.beautifulorchids.com/orchids/orchid_care_tips/glossary.html

Scape

a stalk from the base of the plant that has flowers and not leaves
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Scape

a stalk from the base of the plant that has flowers and not leaves
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scape

An unbranched inflorescence with one flower.
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scape

Basal segment of antenna
Found on http://entomology.ifas.ufl.edu/choate/insectclass/glossary_terms.htm

Scape

In architecture, the shaft of a column or the apophyge of a shaft are known as the 'scape'.
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Scape

Leafless peduncle arising from the ground; it may bear scales or bracts but no foliage-leaves, and may be one- or many-flowered.
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Scape

Leafless stem bearing flowers
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Scape

Leafless stem bearing flowers
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Scape

The 1st antennal segment, especially if it is longer than the other segment.
Found on http://www.earthlife.net/insects/glossary.html
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