One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘The teosinte ear is composed of 5 to 10 distichously (in two ranks) arranged cupulate fruitcases.’
- ‘Leaves of this species are distichously arrayed on horizontal branches, and often hang down by 10-40° from the horizontal plane.’
- ‘The leaves are simple and distichously arranged.’
- ‘These initials are distichously arranged as would be found in teosinte or lateral branches of the maize tassel.’
- ‘Each floret is in the axil of a chaffy bract and these are arranged spirally or distichously in spikelets.’
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