Computing the Internode Certainty and Related Measures from Partial Gene Trees
Modelling of Temperature‐controlled Internode Elongation Applied to Chrysanthemum
Auxin Concentrations in Nodes and Internodes ofImpatiens sultani
Relative Resistance of Hollow, Septate Internodes to Twisting and Bending
The aquatic communities inhabiting internodes of two sympatric bamboos in Argentinean subtropical forest
Brevis plant1, a putative inositol polyphosphate 5-phosphatase, is required for internode elongation in maize
Differentiation and functional connection of vascular elements in compatible and incompatible pear/quince internode micrografts
Growth adaptation of leaves and internodes of poplar to irradiance, day length and temperature
Simplification of a light-based model for estimating final internode length in greenhouse cucumber canopies
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1 (in botany) The part of a plant stem between two nodes.
2 (in neurology) The myelinated region of a nerve fibre between two nodes of Ranvier. See myelin sheath.
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