axil

Member of the axin family. Interacts with GSK-3 and b -catenin. By enhancing phosphorylation and thus the subsequent degradation of b -catenin, inhibits axis formation in Xenopusembryos.
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Axil

• (n.) The angle or point of divergence between the upper side of a branch, leaf, or petiole, and the stem or branch from which it springs.
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axil

<plant biology> The upper angle formed by a leaf or branch and the axis bearing it (main stem). ... (02 Jan 1998) ...
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Axil

(Axillary) Referring to the angle formed between any two organs.
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axil

noun the upper angle between an axis and an offshoot such as a branch or leafstalk
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Axil

Ax'il noun [ Latin axilla . Confer Axle .] (Botany) The angle or point of divergence between the upper side of a branch, leaf, or petiole, and the stem or branch from which it springs. Gray.
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axil

Angle formed between adjacent organs in contact; commonly applied to the angle between a leaf and the stem.
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Axil

In botany, the axil is the angle between the upper surface of a branch or leafstalk and the stem from which it grows.
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Axil

see leaf axil.
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Axil

see leaf axil.
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Axil

see leaf axil.
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axil

the angle between a branch and a leaf on the stem or axis from which it arises
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Axil

The angle between a stem and a branch or a leaf
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Axil

The angle between a stem and a branch or a leaf
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Axil

The angle between a stem and an attached leaf.
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axil

the angle between one part of a plant and another part, e.g. a branch and a leaf. adj. axillary
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Axil

The angle between the leaf (or lateral) and stem of a plant.
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Axil

The angle between the leaf (or lateral) and stem of a plant.
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Axil

The angle between the stem and either a leaf stalk or a lateral branch.
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axil

The angle formed between a leaf stalk and the stem to which it is attached. In flowering plants, buds develop in the axils of leaves.
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axil

The angle formed between a leaf stalk and the stem to which it is attached. In flowering plants, buds develop in the axils of leaves.
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Axil

The angle formed between an axis (such as a branch) and any organ growing from it.
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Axil

The angle formed by a leaf or branch with the stem.
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axil

The angle formed by the junction of the leaf and stem from which new shoots develop.
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Axil

the angle formed by the stem and a leaf or bract
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