Thursday, December 05, 2013

Now you know. . .

In some species, peduncles are leafless, though others bear small leaves, or even cataphylls, at nodes; such leaves generally may be regarded as bracts. The peduncle may be ramified, in which case the ramifications are called pedicels

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Just some wacky stuff I found while doing research for the novel referenced in my last post.

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