[ped-uh-sel-it, -eyt, ped-uh-suh-lit, -leyt]
Origin of pedicellate
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General term for any loose and irregular flower-cluster, commonly of the racemose type, with pedicellate flowers.Handbook of the Trees of New England
Lorin Low Dame
Tibia, concave on inner edge, pedicellate, shorter than femur.
A loose, irregularly compound inflorescence with pedicellate flowers.Michigan Trees
Charles Herbert Otis
Capsule 4-valved, pedicellate; plants leafy-stemmed, rarely thallose.
A flower with a stalk is called pedunculate or pedicellate; without a stalk, it is sessile.Everyday Objects
W. H. Davenport Adams
- Having or supported by a pedicel or pedicle.
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