Words and phrases that have a meaning related to unbranched:   (137 results)

Often used in the same context:
sepal, whorled, hairlike, fernlike, crinoid, anal fin, palmate, recurved, ovate, punctate, rhizomatous, needlelike, pinnate, flower bud, leaflike, swamp milkweed, lobed, tuberous, scalelike, angiosperm, membranous, abscission layer, cinquefoil, foliate, malar, flower stalk, red osier dogwood, marsh marigold, pelvic fin, caudal fin, strawflower, petaled, amaranthus, ciliated, threadlike, chlorotic, featherlike, wormlike, shrublike, fingerlike, filamentous, leguminous, ribbonlike, lignum vitae, hyaline, tubelike, fanlike, acer palmatum, whiplike, proteinaceous, spheroidal, cucurbita pepo, cartilaginous, tuberous begonia, vinca minor, scotch pine, globular, orchid cactus, lepidopteran, bicolored, dimorphic, foliaged, deciduous holly, corydalis, caudal, staghorn, pennisetum, lamellar, bottlebrush, opuntia, cockscomb, sphagnum, jellylike, antiparallel, conical, collagenous, cuticular, strangler fig, yaupon holly, treelike, nematode worm, helically, nucleated, icosahedral, lapilli, trifoliate, pendulous, lobate, pale violet, nymphal, frond, conic, polypoid, asparagus fern, croton, amelanchier, swordlike, hackberry, incense cedar, epiphytic, rostral, liatris, branched, slender, branching, coiled, erect, ramified, flexuous, jointed, clavate, convoluted, septate, forked, woody, arborescent, cylindric, looped, multicellular

Appears in the definition of:
ariocarpus fissuratus, barrel cactus, brocket, calochortus nuttallii, consolida ambigua, cycad, delphinium ajacis, genus oedogonium, jacob's rod, living rock, oedogonium, palm, palm tree, rocket larkspur, sego lily, spike

branchless, unbranching

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— Nouns for unbranched: chains, chain, stems, stem, rays, filament, polymer, trunk, hairs, threads, more...

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