Definitions for "Peduncle"
The stem or stalk that supports the flower or fruit of a plant, or a cluster of flowers or fruits.
A sort of stem by which certain shells and barnacles are attached to other objects. See Illust. of Barnacle.
the axis from which the flower pedicel arises.
Keywords:  flukes, fin, caudal, tail, dorsal
the flesh area to which the the caudal fin is attached.
normally called the caudal peduncle, it is the tail region.
the area on a manatee's body located just in front of it's tail
A small, flexible, finger-like appendage located near the flagellar pores in some photosynthetic as well as nonphotosynthetic species. Its functions are not fully understood, but it has been associated with feeding behavior (phagotrophy).
the combined basal segments of certain paired (usually biramous) appendages, consisting of thre segments in antennae 1, five segments in antenna 2, one or two segments in pleopods and one segment in uropods
The three proximal segments of the antennule and the five proximal segments of the antenna.
A band of nervous or fibrous matter connecting different parts of the brain; as, the peduncles of the cerebellum; the peduncles of the pineal gland.
a bundle of myelinated neurons joining different parts of the brain
Keywords:  pedicle, variation
variation of pedicle.
Keywords:  stalklike, foot, structure, part
A stalklike part or structure, foot.
Keywords:  oxford, dictionary, english, taken
Taken from Oxford English Dictionary
Keywords:  polyp, thin, attaches, tissue, body
the thin process of tissue that attaches a polyp to the body