fascicle

Literally, a bundle. In particular, this is used to describe the tendency of neurites to grow together (fasciculate).

fascicle

  1. an installment of a printed work
  2. a bundle of fibers (especially nerve fibers)

fascicle

(adjective fasciculate) cluster, e.g. a tuft of leaves all arising from the same node.
Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_botanical_terms

fascicle

(fas´ĭ-kәl) fasciculus.
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fascicle

(from the article `angiosperm`) ...stamens. In other cases, stamens have been modified into sterile nectaries involved in pollination. If flowers have a large number of stamens, ... ...Tracheids are interconnected by passages called bordered pits. Leaves are often needlelike or scalelike and typically contain canals filled with ... [...
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fascicle

[n] - an installment of a printed work
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Fascicle

• (n.) A small bundle or collection; a compact cluster; as, a fascicle of fibers; a fascicle of flowers or roots. • (n.) One of the divisions of a book published in parts; fasciculus.
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fascicle

<anatomy> Literally, a bundle. In particular, this is used to describe the tendency of neurites to grow together (fasciculate). ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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fascicle

fascicule noun an installment of a printed work
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Fascicle

[botany] In botany, a fascicle (also called a short shoot when that is morphologically appropriate) is a bundle of leaves or flowers growing crowded together; alternatively the term might refer to the vascular tissues that supply such an organ with nutrients. However, vascular tissues may occur in fascicles even when the organs they supply ...
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Fascicle

Fas'ci·cle noun [ Latin fasciculus , dim. of fascis . See Fasces .] A small bundle or collection; a compact cluster; as, a fascicle of fibers; a fascicle of flowers or roots.
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Fascicle

A bundle or cluster.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/22037

Fascicle

A cluster arising from a common base.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/22034

Fascicle

A cluster or bundle, usually referring to groups of needles in certain pines.
Found on http://www.superglossary.com/Glossary/Life_Style/Christmas_Trees/

fascicle

a cluster. adj. fasciculate
Found on http://florabase.dpaw.wa.gov.au/help/glossary

Fascicle

A condensed or close cluster, as of flowers.
Found on http://www.gardenology.org/wiki/Glossary_of_Gardening_Terms

Fascicle

A small bundle; the bundle of piercing stylets of insects with piercing sucking mouthparts.
Found on http://www.earthlife.net/insects/glossary.html

Fascicle

a small cluster or bundle, a fairly common leaf arrangement
Found on http://www.calflora.net/botanicalnames/botanicalterms.html

Fascicle

a small cluster or bundle, a fairly common leaf arrangement
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fascicle

bundle; division of book published in parts
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fascicle

fascicle 1. A small bundle. 2. One of the parts of a book published in separate sections; also called fascicule. 3. In botany, a bundle or cluster of stems, flowers, or leaves.
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Fascicle

One of the divisions of a book published in parts
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fascicle

Type: Term Pronunciation: fas′i-kĕl Definitions: 1. A band or bundle of fibers, usually of muscle or nerve fibers; a nerve fiber tract. Synonyms: fasciculus1
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