Amplexicaul

• (a.) Clasping or embracing a stem, as the base of some leaves.
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amplexicaul

<botany> Of a leaf base: stem-clasping. ... (13 Nov 1997) ...
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Amplexicaul

Am·plex'i·caul adjective [ Latin amplexus , past participle of amplecti to encircle, to embrace + caulis stem: confer French amplexicaule .] (Botany) Clasping or embracing a stem, as the base of some leaves. Gray.
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Amplexicaul

A leaf-base clasping or embracing the stem.
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amplexicaul

amplexicaul 1. Clasping the stem, as the bases of certain leaves do. 2. In botany, surrounding or embracing the stem, as the base of a leaf.
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amplexicaul

clasping the stem
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amplexicaul

Clasping the stem but not entirely encircling it.
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Amplexicaul

describing a sessile leaf that has its base completely surrounding the stem
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Amplexicaul

describing a sessile leaf that has its base completely surrounding the stem
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Amplexicaul

enlarged and embracing or clasping the stem
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Amplexicaul

enlarged and embracing or clasping the stem
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Amplexicaul

In botany, the term amplexicaul is said of a leaf that embraces and nearly surrounds the stem.
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amplexicaul

with the base dilated and clasping the stem, usually of leaves.
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