Definition of Rachides

1. Noun. (plural of rachis) ¹



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Definition of Rachides

1. rachis [n] - See also: rachis

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rachides

raceway
raceways
racewear
rach
rache
raches
rachet
rachet up
racheted
racheting
rachets
rachi-
rachial
rachialgia
rachicentesis
rachides (current term)
rachidial
rachidian
rachigraph
rachilla
rachillae
rachillas
rachilysis
rachiocampsis
rachiocentesis
rachiochysis
rachiodont
rachiometer
rachiometers
rachiopagus

Literary usage of Rachides

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1. Fossil Botany: Being an Introduction to Palaeophytology from the Standpoint by Hermann Solms-Laubach, Henry Edward Fowler Garnsey (1891)
"12), which grow in numbers either from the surface of the main rachis or at the base of the rachides of the second order, ..."

2. The Florist and Pomologist: A Pictorial Monthly Magazine of Flowers, Fruits by Robert Hogg (1870)
"The stipes, which is reddish-brown towards the base, together with the rachides and both surfaces of the frond, is quite glabrous, rounded behind, ..."

3. The Standard Cyclopedia of Horticulture: A Discussion for the Amateur, and by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1914)
"rachides with pale rusty wool when young: Ivs. firm, ... rachides spiny: Ivs. green beneath. medullaris, Swartz. ..."

4. The Phytologist: A Botanical Journal edited by Alexander Irvine (1861)
"... divided nearly to the costa into linear-oblong serrated lobes, the undivided portion about equal in width to the wing of the rachides, so that the ..."

5. Cyclopedia of American Horticulture: Comprising Suggestions for Cultivation by Liberty Hyde Bailey, Wilhelm Miller (1900)
"... scaly stems which are brownish, like the rachides ; pinnae numerous, ... the segments and the rachides ; segments nearly round, the terminal larger. ..."

6. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science edited by Biologists Limited, The Company of. (1875)
"The chief of these was the presence of pits at either end of the joints of the principal rachides, and of more than two, but smaller, in certain other of ..."

7. The Floral World and Garden Guide by Shirley Hibberd (1862)
"The fronds, which grow in thick tufts, are about a foot long, and have the slender ebony coloured stipites and rachides usual in the genus ; they are ..."

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