The stalk or petiole of a frond, as of a fern.
The stalk of a pistil.
The stem of a fungus or mushroom.
n. (L. stipes, stalk) the stalk-like basal part of an ovary, or of a fruit such as an achene; the stem bearing pileus in mushrooms and toadstools.
petiole or 'stem' in ferns. Can also be a small spur-like growth in other plants
A stalk beneath the spikelets and bristles of the genus Pennisetum
the stem on fungal fruitbodies
The stalk of an organ.
the technical name for a mushroom stem or stalk. The stipe supports the pileus (cap) in the agarics (gilled mushrooms).
A small stalk to a fascicle of spikelets; see the stalk of Pennisetum.
The stalk or stem of the fruiting body of the fungus
Stalk of ferns or palms.
supporting stalk or stemlike structure especially of a pistil or fern frond or supporting a mushroom cap
a stem type of structure
The "stem" of the organism. May be cylindrical or flattened. Function not specialized for transport as in plant stems.
the stem-like portion of a seaweed.
the stalk of the frond; that portion of the midrib of the frond between the rhizome and the lowermost primary pinna.
a small stalk; in ferns, the petiole of a frond.
a stalk like or stem like structure that supports the pileus of a basidiomycete fruiting body.
the petiole or stalk of a fern frond.
The stem-like portion of the alga that bears blades and other similar structures.
The stalk of a mushroom or toadstool
A continuation of the rachis below the base of the blade. It is in effect the petiole of the leaf (frond).
Stalk-like structure which is part of a seaweed
The stem-like part of a seaweed thallus.
The petiole of a fern leaf.
A scientific term for "stalk".
A stalk supporting a single organ; the leaf stalk of a fern.
(aka: rachis, petiole) stalk in a leaf
The stem supporting the cap, or pileus, of a mushroom.
The Stem of a mushroom at the top of which the Cap or Pileus is attached
The stalk-like portion of some larger ascocarps or basidiocarps; any spore-bearing stalk. ( 15)
A stipe is a stem-like structure in some plants, like some kelp and fungi.
In botany, a stipe is a supportive structure that may be stem-like, as in seaweed, or a true leaf stem, as in ferns.
In mycology a stipe refers to the stem or stalk-like feature supporting the cap of a mushroom. Like all tissues of the mushroom other than the hymenium, the stipe is composed of sterile hyphal tissue. In many instances, however, the fertile hymenium extends down the stipe some distance.