One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Eretmonia pollen sacs are born in pedicellate clusters that arise as a branch from the adaxial side of the mid vein of a modified leaf.’
- ‘Amphiumas also lack external gills (while retaining one of three pairs of larval gill slits), and their teeth are pedicellate.’
- ‘Eocaecilia does, however, possess pedicellate teeth, long considered a synapomorphy of the modern amphibian orders.’
- ‘Ear cross sections: In maize, the spikelets are arranged in pairs, one pedicellate and one sessile.’
- ‘The only pedicellate flowered species in the state, T. pusillum var. texanum, is part of the T. pusillum complex, which occurs in a series of widely disjunct populations throughout much of the southeastern United States.’
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