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stip·ule

 (stĭp′yo͞ol)
n.
One of the small, paired, often leaflike appendages at the base of a leafstalk in many flowering plants.

[New Latin stipula, from Latin, stalk.]

stip′u·lar (-yə-lər), stip′uled′ adj.

stipule

(ˈstɪpjuːl)
n
(Botany) a small paired usually leaflike outgrowth occurring at the base of a leaf or its stalk
[C18: from Latin; see stipe, stipes]
stipular, stipulary adj

stip•ule

(ˈstɪp yul)

n.
one of a pair of appendages, often leaflike, at the base of a leaf petiole in many plants.
[1785–95; < Latin stipula stalk]
stip′u•lar, adj.

stip·ule

(stĭp′yo͞ol)
One of the usually small, paired parts resembling leaves at the base of a leafstalk in certain plants, such as roses and beans.
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Noun1.stipule - a small leafy outgrowth at the base of a leaf or its stalkstipule - a small leafy outgrowth at the base of a leaf or its stalk; usually occurring in pairs and soon shed
plant part, plant structure - any part of a plant or fungus
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Sergey Ivanovitch was all the while admiring the beauty of the woods, which were a tangled mass of leaves, pointing out to his brother now an old lime tree on the point of flowering, dark on the shady side, and brightly spotted with yellow stipules, now the young shoots of this year's saplings brilliant with emerald.
Certain plants excrete a sweet juice, apparently for the sake of eliminating something injurious from their sap: this is effected by glands at the base of the stipules in some Leguminosae, and at the back of the leaf of the common laurel.
Il rappellera que tous les candidats sont tenus de respecter les criteres stipules dans la loi electorale durant les meetings.
All specimens examined from the Eastern Cordillera at the department of Boyaca (Colombia) above 2750 m in elevation are shrubs 5 m tall (exceptionally small trees to 10 + meters), with two interpetiolar and laciniate stipules, leaf blades with 8-11 pairs of lateral veins and entire, plane margin (Fig.
Le President du Gouvernemnet Youssef Chahed a preside, lundi apres-midi, au palais du gouvernement, a la Kasbah, la reunion periodique de la commission superieure de l'investissement, consacree a l'examen de l'octroi d'avantages stipules dans le code d'incitation a l'investissement au profit de plusieurs projets dans divers secteurs, dont l'amenagement de nouvelles zones logistiques, le tourisme et l'agriculture, devant etre realises dans certaines regions du pays.
Aspicarpa steinmannii differs from all other species of Aspicarpa by the combination of a shrubby habit with very small leaves lacking stipules, floral bracts equalling the vegetative leaves, chasmogamous flowers borne at the apex of branches, and a samara with the three equal wings.
The contract is the execution of the service and receive mixed municipal waste and separately collected from property owners resident and non-resident located in the Municipality Sedziszow including the villages Alexandroff, Bialowieza, Bolescice, Borszowice, Bugaj, Wait - KrzelEw, Bonnet, Gniewiecin, JezEw, GrazEw, KlimontEw, KlimontEwek, Krzciecice, Lowinia, Marian Mierzyn, MstyczEw, Pawlowice saw, Piolunka, stipules, Przelaj, Przelaj Czepiecki, Slaboszowice , Sosnowiec, hut, SwaryszEw, Tarnawa, Wojciechowice, Zielonka, Zagaje and city Sedziszow.
Leaves odd pinnate (-trifoliolate), petioled; leaflets paired, alternate, or irregularly arranged, entire; stipules free, persistent or caducous.
Rosa woodsii can generally be defined by the prickles found at the base of the stipules.
Each pair of stipules protects a leaf primordium, and an innermost pair of stipules, which in turn protects a second leaf primordium and another pair of stipules; this is successively repeated (Fig.
The remaining species have been placed into 4 series based on characters of the flower, fruit, and stipules.