1. without branches
    a tree with an unbranched trunk
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  • The laticiferous system of the scape consists of several layers of articulated unbranched latieifers.
  • Unbranched starch is called amylose; branched starch is called amylopectin.
  • Baicalia is a branching columnar stromatolite forming in subtidal areas, where C. columnaris is a highly elongated, unbranched, columnar stromatolite living in quiet waters below the tidal zone. Archive 2008-08-01
  • Microscopically, the fungus produces solitary oval to dumbbell-shaped conidia on short, unbranched conidiophores lateral to septate hyphae.
  • The first feather should basically be an unbranched tube," says evolutionary ornithologist Richard Prum at Yale University, among those who proposed the theory. An Ancient Quill Rewrites Dinosaur History
  • As an example , two sequential targets in an unbranched section of the network embedded in an negative feedback produces a dose-matrix that best fits a potentiation model shown here, adapted from Fig3. Archive 2008-05-01
  • The microphyll has only a single unbranched strand of vascular tissue, or vein, whereas megaphylls, found in other plants with leaves, have multiple veins, usually branching one or more times within the leaf.
  • An approximately 30 cm unbranched stem or branch segment was cut directly from the plant.
  • _Conferva crispata_ again, as mentioned above, occurs in several localities; and in one locality a beautiful unbranched _Conferva, _ with torulose articulations. Himalayan Journals — Complete
  • The stem of the 2nd. is procumbent abo [u] t the size of the former, jointed and unbranched. it's leaves are cauline, compound and oppositely pinnate; the rib from 14 to 16 inches long celindric and smooth. the leafets 2 1/2 inches long and 1 inch wide. greatest width 1/2 inch from their base, to which they are regularly rounded, and from the same point tapering to an accute apex, Original journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806
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