treelet


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Noun1.treelet - a small treetreelet - a small tree        
tree - a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms
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The species is a terricolous sciophilous treelet (Agra et al., 2009; Feliciano and Salimena, 2011) found in semi-deciduous seasonal forest (Stehmann et al., 2009), moist upland forest ("brejos de altitude", (Agra et al., 2009)), and shaded areas of coastal forests in the Atlantic forest domain (Feliciano & Salimena, 2011; Stehmann et al., 2014).
Comparative phenological studies of treelet and shrub species in tropical wet and dry forests in the lowlands of Costa Rica.
not fully-grown nut, or seed' and treelet 'small or young tree as seedling or sapling' (cf.
Ixoroid secondary pollen presentation and pollination by small moths in the Malagasy treelet Ixora platythyrsa (Rubiaceae).
Tree or treelet (0.5-)1.80-6.0(-10) m high, tortuous trunk, glabrous branches, slightly 4angled, sometimes exfoliated; older branches usually lenticelated, axiale perulate buds, inconspicuous circular glands (0.05 cm diam.), sometimes with a small gland appendix just above the main gland.
Plant habits were recorded as herb, shrub, epiphyte, treelet (subcanopy small trees), liana, tree (large canopy and subcanopy trees).
The greater impact of the drought on larger stems was borne out by our observations of individual species: treelet and shrub species were less affected than larger trees.
Pollen carryover: Experimental comparisons between morphs of Palicourea lasiorrachis (Rubiaceae), a distylous, bird-pollinated, tropical treelet. Oecologia 73:231-235.
Frugivory in Lacistema hasslerianum Chodat (Lacistemaceae), a gallery forest understory treelet in Central Brazil.
Morphological patterns of diaspores from animal-dispersed tree and treelet species at Parque Estadual de Itapua, Rio Grande do Sul State, Brazil.