Corm

A solid, short, swollen underground stem, usually erect and tunicated, of one year's duration, with that of the next year at the top or close to the old one.

Corm

The rounded underground storage organ and stem of plants such as crocus that resemble a bulb

Corm

A corm, bulbo-tuber, or bulbotuber is a short, vertical, swollen underground plant stem that serves as a storage organ used by some plants to survive winter or other adverse conditions such as summer drought and heat (estivation). The word cormous is used to describe plants growing from corms, in analogy to the use of the terms `tuberous` and `......
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Corm

• (n.) A solid bulb-shaped root, as of the crocus. See Bulb. • (n.) Same as Cormus, 2.
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corm

noun solid swollen underground bulb-shaped stem or stem base and serving as a reproductive structure
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Corm

Corm (kôrm) noun [ See Cormus .] 1. (Botany) A solid bulb-shaped root, as of the crocus. See Bulb . 2. (Biol.) Same as Cormus , 2.
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Corm

A bulblike but solid, fleshy underground stem base.
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corm

A bulblike stem, which, unlike a true bulb, is solid and sends down a root when the new growing season begins. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Corm

A bulblike structure that serves as a continual underground food source for a flowering plant.
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Corm

A bulblike structure that serves as a continual underground food source for a flowering plant.
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Corm

A food-storage organ found in some plants, consisting of a thick, fleshy stem with a papery sheath.
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Corm

A food-storage organ found in some plants, consisting of a thick, fleshy stem with a papery sheath.
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Corm

A rounded underground storage organ, consisting of the stem base, and often with a fibrous outer layer. It is replaced by the plant annually. E.g Begonias.
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Corm

A rounded underground storage organ, consisting of the stem base, and often with a fibrous outer layer. It is replaced by the plant annually. E.g Begonias.
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Corm

A rounded, thick modified underground stem base bearing membranous or scaly leaves and buds (gladiolus, crocus, etc).
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Corm

A short, fleshy, underground stem functioning in food storage, usually covered by papery-thin, modified leaves.
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Corm

a short, thickened, underground, upright stem in which food is stored.
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corm

A small, roundish underground plant stem structure used to store energy.
Found on http://www.neonaturalist.com/nature/nature_glossary.html

Corm

A solid bulblike organ
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corm

A thick underground stem somposed of several internodes; as in the pseudobulbs of Geodorum terrestre.
Found on http://www.anbg.gov.au/cpbr/cd-keys/orchidkey/html/glossary.html

corm

a thick, underground stem usually of several internodes
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corm

A thickened underground stem which produces roots, leaves and flowers during the growing season.
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corm

A thickened underground stem which produces roots, leaves and flowers during the growing season.
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corm

a very short, broad, firm-fleshed, subterranean stem which produces aerial stems, leaves and flowers. adj. cormous
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Corm

an enlarged underground structure that consists of stem tissue and thin scales
Found on http://www.calflora.net/botanicalnames/botanicalterms.html
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