axil

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The angle or point of divergence between the upper side of a branch, leaf, or petiole, and the stem or branch from which it springs
{n} the angle between the stem and leaf, or the trunk and a branch
1. (Anatomy) an armpit, or the corresponding part in a bird or other animal. 2. (Botany) an axil
The angle formed between a leaf stalk and the stem to which it is attached In flowering plants, buds develop in the axils of leaves
The position between the stem and leaf or other lateral organ
the upper angle formed by a leaf and the stem on which it is attached
The angle formed by a stem with a branch, leaf stalk, or flower stalk growing from it
The junction of a leaf or branch with the stem
The angle (or cavity) at the junction between a leaf and stem
the upper angle between a branch or leaf stalk and the stem from which it grows
The area between a leaf and the stem from which the leaf arises
the angle between branches and leaves or between branches and branches
located between the leaf and stem (or between the stem and any other plant structure)
The position between the axis and a lateral organ such as a leaf or bract, the point of the angle between a stem and a leaf or bract
The acute angle formed by a branch growing out from a stem or a leaf growing from a branch
the upper angle between an axis and an offshoot such as a branch or leafstalk
The angle between the leaf and stem on which it grows
The upper angle that a leaf makes with a stem, or that a lateral vein makes with the median
The angle formed by a leaf or branch with the stem
{i} angle between stem and branch (Botany)
The more-or-less V-shaped angle made by the junction between a leaf and a stem or twig
the upper side of the point where a leaf meets a stem, or a branch meets another branch or the main stem of a plant
The angle between the stem and leaf, in which the axillary bud is formed
the junction of the leaf or petiole and the stem
The area between a leaf and stem, where an axillary bud forms The axillary bud can be a floral bud that becomes a flower, or a vegetative bud that may produce a lateral stem (or remain dormant)
the angle between a leaf and the stem or bract from which it originated
The upper acute angle formed by the junction of a leaf with the main stem or stem-branch
The place where the leaf stalk (petiole) meets the stem A dormant bud is often located in this place
The angle formed between two plant parts Usually refers to the upper angle between a leaf and stem
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