sessile

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(Denizbilim) yapışık
yaşmak
(Denizbilim) durağan
sapsız
sabit
(zool.) yerleşmiş
{s} uzantısız
sesil
yerleşmi
sapsız yaprak gibi doğrudan doğruya yapışık olan
(Tıp) Geniş kaideli
sessile polyp
sapsız polip
sessile oak
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) sapsız meşe
partly sessile
kısmen zenepli
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
permanently attached to a substrate; not free to move about; “an attached oyster”
attached directly by the base; not having an intervening stalk

The sporophyte foot is also characteristic: it is very broad and more or less lenticular or disciform, as broad or broader than the calyptra stalk , and is sessile on the calyptra base.

{a} growing on the stem, without a footstalk
Leaves or flowers without a stalk, arising directly from the stem e g sessile oak, so called because of its stalkless acorns
– Describes animals that are permanently attached or fixed in position to a surface Oysters are sessile organisms
Without a stalk; sitting directly on its base
fixed or attached; unable to move
Lacking a petiole
Attached without any sensible projecting support
attached directly by the base; not having an intervening stalk; "a sessile leaf"
describes an immobile organism because of its attachment to a substrate The term has also been applied to organisms, such as anemones, that move very slowly
With no stalk or petiole
Resting directly upon the main stem or branch, without a petiole or footstalk; as, a sessile leaf or blossom
with broad base of attachment
a lesion is sessile when it is attached directly to the body by a broad base of tissue
Of a leaf, without a petiole (leaf stalk), borne directly on the stem
{s} directly attached to the stem (Botany); permanently attached, fixed in place (Zoology)
permanently attached to a substrate; not free to move about; "an attached oyster"; "sessile marine animals and plants
a leaf that is directly attached to the plant stem with no petiole
attached directly by the base; not having an intervening stalk; "sessile flowers"; "the shell of a sessile barnacle is attached directly to a substrate"
Permanently attached; - - said of the gonophores of certain hydroids which never became detached
Without a stalk See drawing of leaf attachments
Organisms living fixed in one place and unable to move
With out a stalk
- Permanently attached to a surface
leaves are directly attached to the branch; leaves lacking petioles 
permanently attached to a substrate; not free to move about; "an attached oyster"; "sessile marine animals and plants"
Without a stalk
Non-motile; permanently attached at the base
A description of any plant part which attached directly to a shoot, rather than being attached by any type of stalk
Without a pedicel or stalk
Having no stalk
devoid of stalk or peduncle
permanently attached to a substrate; not free to move about; "an attached oyster"
An organism living attached to substrate or to the 'shell' of another organism
A leaf attached directly at its base without support, stalk, pedicel, or peduncle From the Latin, sedere, "to sit "
Not able to move from place to place Benthic organisms that are attached to hard surfaces or the seabed
sessile oak
A large, deciduous tree, Quercus petraea
sessile polyp
a relatively flat polyp
sessile

    Расстановка переносов

    ses·sile

    Синонимы

    attached, fixed, immobile

    Антонимы

    mobile

    Произношение

    Этимология

    [ 'se-"sIl, -s&l ] (adjective.) 1753. From New Latin sessilis (“sitting”), from sessus, perfect passive participle of verb sedēre (“sit”), + adjective suffix -ilis. Compare session.

    Слово дня

    mellifluous
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