Difference between revisions of "Decurrent habit"

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[[Category:Glossary]]<br> 1. plant form typical of angiosperm trees and shrubs which are more round-headed and spreading, lacking a main leader to the top of the plant <br> http://hcs.osu.edu/images/cd0238/202/cd0238-57.jpeg<br>
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1. plant form typical of angiosperm trees and shrubs which are more round-headed and spreading, lacking a main leader to the top of the plant <br>
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http://hcs.osu.edu/images/cd0238/202/cd0238-57.jpeg<br>
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http://www.kibrisestates.com/north_cyprus/cyprus_photos_web/images/olive_trees.jpg<br>
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As we can see an olive tree is an excellent example of decurrent habit with its round-headed, spreading nature.
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Source:http://www.kibrisestates.com

Revision as of 11:55, 9 October 2005


1. plant form typical of angiosperm trees and shrubs which are more round-headed and spreading, lacking a main leader to the top of the plant

cd0238-57.jpeg
olive_trees.jpg
As we can see an olive tree is an excellent example of decurrent habit with its round-headed, spreading nature. Source:http://www.kibrisestates.com