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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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Petiole 4-10 mm long, 1(-2) mm wide, glabrous, not rugulose, with two annular glands at each node in the stipular position, glands ca.2 mm diam.
The plants named as Senegalia are distinguished by having prickles and no stipular spines, petioles with glands and absence of phyllodes, pedicellate ovaries with glands at the base, and porate pollen grains (Seigler et al., (2006b) Senegalia saltilloensis was described by Britton & Rose (1928) selecting as the type E.
Although Rubiaceae are characterized by the presence of stipular colleters, there are no records on literature referring to Morinda colleters.
Dommes, "Morphological and hormonal characterisation of strawberry vitroplants raised through axillary or stipular adventitious shooting," Plant Growth Regulation, vol.
1640) showed that, at least in Berberis stipules are present in spiny, laminar, and transitional leaves, and Bell (1991, 2008) described the lateral arms of the spines as stipular.