Origin of stolon
Examples from the Web for stolon
The stolon, like that in Salpa, contains a prolongation of the branchial sack.
The stems grow, moreover, exactly at right angles to the solid surface element to which the stolon is attached.
From the stolon of the median buds of the second generation buds are developed which grow into the sexual forms.
The gill-piece excised contained no heart, no intestine, and no stolon, and all these organs were regenerated from the gills.
In Clytia the polyps arise singly from the stolon, and the medusa is known as Phialidium (fig. 59).
British Dictionary definitions for stolon
Word Origin for stolon
Word Origin and History for stolon
"a shoot, sucker," c.1600, from Latin stolonem (nominative stolo), cognate with Greek stele (see stele).