Acaulescent

• (a.) Having no stem or caulis, or only a very short one concealed in the ground.
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acaulescent

<botany> Describes a plant that lacks or seems to lack a stem. ... (06 May 1997) ...
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acaulescent

adjective (of plants) having no apparent stem above ground
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Acaulescent

Ac`au·les'cent adjective [ Prefix a- not + caulescent .] (Botany) Having no stem or caulis, or only a very short one concealed in the ground. Gray.
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acaulescent

acaulescent With no stem or with a stem that is very short.
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Acaulescent

Appearing stemless, with leaves and flowers or inflorescences arising directly from the plant base.
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acaulescent

having a very short stem
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Acaulescent

refers to the absence or seeming absence of a stem by being very short or underground
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Acaulescent

refers to the absence or seeming absence of a stem by being very short or underground
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Acaulescent

stemless
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acaulescent

stemless, or apparently so
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Acaulescent

Stemless, or apparently stemless; sometimes the stem is subterranean or protrudes only slightly.
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acaulescent

without a stem, or with stem so short that the leaves appear basal
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acaulescent

[adj] - (botany) having no apparent stem above ground
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