from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In ferns, having the fronds produced at intervals (nodes) along the sides of the rootstock, not at the end, and having the stipes articulated with the rootstalk, becoming detached when old, leaving protuberances with a concave surface. This is the case in the tribe represented by Polypodium. See Desmobrya.


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