Definitions for "branched"
Keywords:  fork, pollen, biramous, legson, prongy
resembling a fork; divided or separated into two branches; as, long branched hairs on its legs, on which pollen collects.
Many different plant entities branch in one way or another. However, when we talk of branching, we typically think of stems, rhizomes or trichomes that branch. There are several types of branching that refers to stems and rhizomes: dichotomous, monopodial, or sympodial. Branched hairs or trichomes are hairs that are not simple but branch in some way. For branching hairs we have no fancy terms that describe their branching that we feel is important to beginning botany students. DIAGRAMS: Equisetum Stem PHOTOS: (hairs) (equisetum branches)
resembling a fork; divided or separated into two branches; "the biramous appendages of an arthropod"; "long branched hairs on its legson which pollen collects"; "a forked river"; "a forked tail"; "forked lightning"; "horseradish grown in poor soil may develop prongy roots"
Chemistry term referring to side chains attached to original chain (in a direction different from that of the original chain) in molecular structure of polymers.
Chain Amino Acids - leucine, valine, and isoleucine, needed for the maintenance and growth of muscle tissue especially after intense exercise.
In molecular structure of polymers (as opposed to Linear), refers to side chains attached to the main chain. Side chains may be long or short.
In this treatment, refers to a flowerhead with a main axis and small side branches. Ranges from very and spikelike to diffuse and open. Check carefully for branches if your flowerhead looks like a spike.
adorned with a figured pattern, embroidered with flowers.
same as branching, a..
having branches