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.

    The Genus Pinus

  • Conelets subterminal or often pseudolateral, their scales gradually narrowed into a spine.

    The Genus Pinus

  • 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.

    The Genus Pinus

  • 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).

    The Genus Pinus


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