pedicel englannista suomeksi
A stalk of an individual flower (or fruit, e.g., once fertilised); a stalk bearing a single flower or spore-producing body within a cluster.
2004, Martine Dorais ''et al.'', ''5: Greenhouse Tomato Fruit Cuticle Cracking'', Jules Janick (editor), ''Horticultural Reviews, Volume 30'', Wiley, page 170,
- Water flux through the pedicel could also be involved in tomato fruit CC.cracking
A stalk of a fungus body.
(senseid) A stalk-shaped body part; an anatomical part that resembles a stem or stalk.
A narrow stalk-like body part connecting specific segments in certain insects and some other arthropods.
1996, Michael J. Roberts, ''Spiders of Britain and Northern Europe'', Collins, page 10,
- Spiders have the body clearly divided into two pieces which are joined by a narrow stalk, the pedicel.
1963, ''(w)'', (w), page 87,
- Table 5 lists 14 does with 1 or both antlers and 4 does and 1 doe fawn with incipient antler pedicels like those on male fawns.