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relating to or attached to the axis

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All fruits show an axile placentation, the placentas growing from a bicarpellar gynoecium.
What did he do yet other/riding the Axile Tree?" The mode Jones used-highly idiosyncratic, non-chronological, and mixing common speech with profound reflections on the divine in history--was meant to express the "nowness" that he deemed essential to poetry.
Fruits are 5-8 locular with axile placentation and bear one seed per locule.
Axile roots, such as the tap, basal, and shoot-borne roots (Zobel, 1991) in monocotyledonous plants, grow preferentially through macropores, since roots usually only penetrate pores of equal or greater size than their own tip.
Cranmeria trilocularis Reid and Chandler (1933; Chandler, 1961b), known only from the Sheppey locality, is a three-loculed berry, 17.5-18.5 mm, with 12-15 rows of seeds per locule attached to an axile placenta.
The ovary is bilocular with single ovule per locule and the placentation is axile. The capsule is ovate or ellipsoid, dehiscing along the ring of abscission tissue which is developed around the capsule [23,6].
a superior ovary, syncarpous ovary with axile placentation, and capsular multilocular fruits; they are excluded from the Lythraceae by the presence of one or more non-lythracean character states.
have axile placentation, as is characteristic of nearly all Miconieae (Renner, 1993; Judd et al., 2002; Clausing et al., 2000).
Ovary (2-)4-5(-14) carpellate, superior to inferior, with usually axile to intruded parietal placentation, rarely apical or basal; ovules 1 to many per carpel, anatropous to nearly campylotropous, unitegmic, tenuinucellate, the embryo sac usually of the Polygonum type; style short to long, hollow, sometimes expanded apically; stigma truncate to capitate or slightly to strongly lobed, sometimes cup shaped, funnel shaped, or flabellate to pinnatifid.
Ovary mostly apocarpous, superior to subinferior; placentation marginal when ovary apocarpous, parietal or axile when syncarpous, upper part of carpels fusing postgenitally to form complex style head that produces adhesive for pollen transport, with pollen-trapping basal collar and/or pollen-presenting upper crest present in many Rauvolfioideae and Apocynoideae; stigma mostly on underside of style head, often restricted to five chambers behind guide rails, but laterally uniformly receptive in some Rauvolfioideae.
Gynoecium 2(-9) carpellate, but usually bicarpellate or occasionally 5-8-merous, rarely pseudomonomerous; syncarpous or apocarpous, (1-)2(-9) 1ocular; usually axile or parietal placentation, rarely free central, basal or apical; superior, semi-superior or inferior.
Uma vez que se formam as pregas corporais que vao limitando lateral e ventralmente a cavidade celomica primitiva, o endoderma adota uma forma tubular de situacao ventral aos orgaos axiles. Este tubo constitue o esboco da faringe, do intestino anterior e superior e mais adiante o medio agora aparece conectado com a vesicula vitelina por meio do saco vitelino.