A peduncle rising from the ground or from a subterranean stem, as in the stemless violets, the bloodroot, and the like.
The long basal joint of the antennæ of an insect.
n. (L. scapus, the shaft of a pillar, the stalk of a plant) a stem growing from the crown of the root, bearing the blossom without leaves.
the first and usually the largest segment of the antennae
The first or basal-most segment of the antenna, which articulates with the head by the radicle. [drawing
A leafless or nearly leafless stem or peduncle, arising from a subterranean part of a plant, bearing a flower or flower-cluster.
A leafless peduncle arising from the basal rosette of a few or not basal leaves; sometimes a few scale-like leaves or bracts may be borne on it; a scape may be one or many-flowered.
A naked flowering stem.
The basal antennal segment.
specialized leafless and node less stem supporting flowers; usually from a bulb
A leafless flower stem that will grow directly from the base of the stem. Very common in bulbs.
The first segment of the antenna, which attaches directly to the head and which is usually larger and more rounded than the remaining segments.
Erect, leafless stem bearing an inflorescence or flower at its apex; usually composed of a single, elongated internode.
The stem that bears the flowers
Peduncle of inflorescence arising directly from root, as in primrose. Scarify: Scarification: Any physical abrasion applied to a hard seed coat to permit better water and gas entry into the seed. Removal of moss and old grass from a lawn by raking.
A flowering stem with no leaves.
the basal segment of the antenna (i.e. closest to the insect head). The scape is typically one of the longest segments of the antenna, often cylindrical in shape and containing musculature that originates in the insect head. View image
a leafless (or only bracteate) flowering stem arising from below the substrate or from a very short leafy stem
erect leafless flower stalk growing directly from the ground as in a tulip
a stem that grows up right from the or root-stock and carries only a flower--not any leaves," defined Helen
a peduncle arising at or beneath the surface of the ground in an acaulescent (having no stem or appearing to have none) plant
This is the leafless flower stalk.
leafless peduncle arising from a basal rosette of leaves (dandelion)
The first primary division or segment of the antenna; it articulates apically with the pedicel and basally with the torulus.
An unbranched inflorescence with one flower.
a flower-stalk rising direct from the rootstock.
the stem-like, flowering stalk of a plant with radical or rosulate leaves.
The stem bearing the flowers
the first segment of the antenna; the elongated antennal segment that is attached to the head.
A leafless flower stalk that grows from the ground.
The stem of an inflorescence, bearing one or more flowers, usually leaf-like bracts and sometimes branches.
A leafless (or merely bracteate) flowering stem arising from a basal rosette.
In botany, scapes are flowering stems, usually leafless, rising from the crown or roots of a plant. Scapes can have a single flower or many flowers, depending on the species. Some show scales, foliaceous bracts and sometimes even branches.