from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In botany, having a tendency to become lateral when it is normally terminal, as the fruit of certain Hepaticæ.
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Conelets large, subterminal, or on young trees often pseudolateral.
Conelets subterminal or often pseudolateral, their scales gradually narrowed into a spine.
Conelets usually, if not always, pseudolateral by reason of the summer growth of the branchlets, and attaining in their first season an unusually large size.
Like the pistillate flower it may be subterminal or lateral, but a subterminal pistillate flower may become a pseudolateral conelet by reason of a summer-growth (fig. 40-a).