All the other Cœlodendrida have branched spines, and the ramification is constantly dichotomous, or repeatedly forked.
It is not growing strongly, and is as simple as possible in ramification.
Consecutively came a ramification of other revenue-producing properties.
But in other species the ramification of the apophyses assumes more the form of bifurcation or of irregular branching.
There are sometimes other complications in the ramification of the tube, but these need not detain us.
It led into a ramification of small passages and tunnels underground.
This one—probably some ramification of a road on the plain above—was disagreeable to look at, so vertical was it.
There is some advantage in this elaborate method of dissecting out every distinct fibre and ramification of an argument.
The arrangement of the flowers on the axis, or the ramification of the floral axis, is called the inflorescence.
It is remarkable that we sometimes find an idea dart suddenly into the mind without cause or ramification.
ramification ram·i·fi·ca·tion (rām'ə-fĭ-kā'shən)
A branching shape or arrangement.