The rudimentary ramus is only one seventh part longer than the pedicel which supports both it and the normal ramus.
In other instances it is due to an adhesion of the pedicel to the side of the fruit.
The pedicel of the first cirrus is very broad; its rami are short, with the segments very broad.
The berries are very persistent, clinging to the pedicel long after ripe.
The pedicel of the third cirrus had its spines more crowded and irregular than on the three posterior pairs of cirri.
The berries are quite persistent, hanging to the pedicel some time after ripe.
Specially, the bract is the small leaf or scale from the axil of which a flower or its pedicel proceeds, 73.
Clusters medium in size, tapering; pedicel slender with a few small warts; brush slender, tinged with red.
A slight injury of either berry or pedicel permits the spores of the fungus causing decay to gain entrance into the fruit.
Clusters variable in size and length, often single-shouldered; pedicel long, slender; brush small, pale green.
pedicel ped·i·cel (pěd'ĭ-səl, -sěl')
A small stalk, part, or organ, especially one serving as a support.
The secondary process of a podocyte that helps form the visceral capsule of a renal corpuscle. Also called footplate, foot process.