Sympodial

Sym·po'di·al adjective (Botany) Composed of superposed branches in such a way as to imitate a simple axis; as, a sympodial stem.
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sympodial

<plant biology> Of growth, without a single, persistent growing point, changing direction by frequent replacement of the growing apex by a lateral growing point below it, of a stem, growing in the above manner. ... Compare: monopodial. ... (19 Jan 1998) ...
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Sympodial

• (a.) Composed of superposed branches in such a way as to imitate a simple axis; as, a sympodial stem.
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sympodial

sympodium, sympodia, sympodial 1. A malformation in which the legs or lower extremities are united. 2. A condition characterized by the union of the feet.
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sympodial

of growth, without a single, persistent growing point; changing direction by frequent replacement of the growing apex by a lateral growing point below it.
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Sympodial

In biology Sympodial (literally `with conjoined feet`) is the outward morphology or mode of growth of organisms. Plants with sympodial growth have a specialized lateral growth pattern in which the apical meristem is terminated. The apical meristem can either be consumed to make an inflorescence or other determinate structure, or it can be aborte.....
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Sympodial

Axial growth continued by successive lateral shoots instead of by terminal bud.
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Sympodial

Growing from a new lead forming a new pseudobulb with each spurt of growth - see photo link
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sympodial

A growth habit whereby each stem has limited growth and new shoots arise from the base of previous ones.
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Sympodial

Growing from a new lead forming a new pseudobulb with each spurt of growth.
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sympodial

'growing on may feet', pseudobulbs connected by rhizomes
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sympodial

Orchids which grow laterally and produce leafy growths along a rhizome.
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Sympodial

Meaning together feet, this term refers to orchids that branch outward (laterally) from a single point rather than growing upwards like monopodial orchids. Orchids with pseudobulbs are sympodial and can have spikes emanating from multiple pseudobulbs on the plant simultaneously.
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sympodial

Orchids which grow laterally and produce leafy growths along a rhizome
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