stipitate


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stip·i·tate

 (stĭp′ĭ-tāt′)
adj.
Supported on or having a stipe.

stipitate

(ˈstɪpɪˌteɪt)
adj
(Botany) botany possessing or borne on the end of a stipe
[C18: from New Latin stīpitātus having a stalk, from Latin stīpes; see stipe]
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indica (Schumann, 1886; Scott, 1978; Verdoorn, 1981; Thulin, 1998) were: cymes heteromorphic, calyces unorderly, half (Scott, 1978) to none (Scott, 1978; Thulin, 1998) of the normal nearly completely fused stamen filament fusion lengths, a stipitate distended arcuate pistil, ovary abnormally shaped and stigma composite-nodular.
7 x 2-3 cm (not including the petals), pulvinate, subflabellate, shortly stipitate, stipes 0.
The asci is unitunicate non-amyloid, broadly clavate, 8 spored, 25-33 x 12-18 [micro]m, short stipitate, evanescent.
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