Sarmentose

Sar`men·tose' adjective [ Latin sarmentosus : confer French sarmenteux . See Sarment .] (Botany) (a) Long and filiform, and almost naked, or having only leaves at the joints where it strikes root; as, a sarmentose stem. (b) Bearing sarments; sarment...
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sarmentose

Producing slender, prostrate branches or runners. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Sarmentose

• (a.) Long and filiform, and almost naked, or having only leaves at the joints where it strikes root; as, a sarmentose stem. • (a.) Bearing sarments; sarmentaceous.
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Sarmentose

[chemistry] Sarmentose is a monosaccharide with the molecular formula C7H14O4 obtained from sarmentocymarin by hydrolysis. It is stereoisomeric with cymarose, and closely related to digitalose, which is obtained from digitalin by hydrolysis. ...
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Sarmentose

[botany] A sarmentose is a type of plant which has long slender stolons, or `runners`. An example of sarmentose is the strawberry. ...
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