Furnished with whorls; arranged in the form of a whorl or whorls; verticillate; as, whorled leaves.
Whorled refers to the arrangement of either buds or leaves along the stem. Whorled budding or leaves is two buds or leaves per node. DIAGRAM: Whorled Leaves PHOTO
a., when three or more leaves are arranged at the same level on a stem, typical of such plants as hydrilla.
three or more leaves in a circular arrangement arising from a single node or radiating at different angles to the main stem.
Leaf form, where three or more leaves radiate from a single node. [ GO BACK TO TOP INDEX
A stem with a number of whorls.
adj. With parts arranged in whorls, as in a leaf arrangement with three or more leaves arising from a node. Syn. verticillate.
(Leaves) - With several leaves rising at one point of the stem.
An arrangement of three or more structures arising from a single node.
3 or more leaves or other structures around a node.
Three or more leaves arranged in a whorl arround the stem.
forming one or more whorls (especially a whorl of leaves around a stem)
with 3 or more leaves at the same node
three or more leaves or stems occurring at per single node, often arranged around the stem.
A ring of leaves or flowers around a stem at the same level as each other.
Three or more leaves attached at a node.
Where three or more leaves of a plant are arranged at the same level on a stem.
More than two arranged around a common point.