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axile

(ˈæksɪl; -saɪl)
adj
(Botany) botany of, relating to, or attached to the axis
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Adj.1.axile - relating to or attached to the axis; "axial angle"
phytology, botany - the branch of biology that studies plants
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Its flowers are axillary and solitary, although occasionally more than one flower can be produced per axile during different flowering periods.
Answers to the November-December Sckrambler AIESL AISLE LSIE ISLE MESLI SMILE HIWEL WHILE ELYGAR ARGYLE LEIB BILE MIEL MILE LESTI STILE EILW WILE EFIL FILE EILN NILE LEHIAW AWHILE ELIUQ (not a typo): QUILE ELIP: PILE TLIE: TILE XIELE: EXILE FILDEE: DEFILE IRHATSLYE: HAIRSTYLE ELILAB: LABILE ELIAX (not a typo): AXILE The January--Februry Sckrambler: Marketing Holidays for Homesteaders
The results are showed that Yanshanzaofeng' was diclinous with polycarpous compound pistils axile placentas and commonly two anatropous ovules in each loculament.
The characteristics of a typical Scrophularia include; asymmetrical mostly tubular flowers, ovaries with axile placentation and numerous ovules, capsular fruits, and seeds with endosperm, each are shared with one or several related families [3].
A distinguishing morphological feature of Pittosporaceae is the presence of superior ovaries with parietal or axile placentation, whereas the other three families of Apiineae have inferior ovaries with an apical placentation.
The pollen grain is yellowish; gynoecium is bicarpelar, with bilocular ovary and axile placentation.
The axile placentation in all the varieties indicates that the carpel sides are fused together in septa and the ovary in Capsicum annuum is plurilocular.
Gynoecium with superior ovary, densely pilose, trilocular; biseriate Seminal rudiments up to 12 per cavity; axile placentation, thin placentae; style simple, large and filiform; stigma simple, usually terminal, subcapitate.
Leaves numerous, fleshy; sheaths white to yellowish, broadly oblong to square 6-12.5 x 5-10 cm, lustrous basally on both surfaces, apically white-lepidote on both surfaces; blades extended to reflexed and pendent in mature plants, dark green, narrowly triangular, attenuate, 19-80 x 1.7-6.5 cm, densely white-lepidote on both surfaces, glabrescent on the adaxial surface, pungent at the apex, the margin armed with yellowish curved antrorse and uncinate spines, 1.6-2 mm long, 6-12 mm apart, with a tuft of white scales in the axile. Inflorescences terminal, erect to curved, paniculate.