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acrogen a plant that produces no flower and grows only from the tip of the stem, such as a fern or moss.
ammoniac a sharp-smelling gum resin from the stem of an Asian plant, used in perfumes and porcelain cements; gum ammoniac. [1/2 definitions]
amplexicaul encircling or clasping the stem, as some leaves.
aspidistra a plant with broad, smooth evergreen leaves growing from the base of the stem, often cultivated as a houseplant.
axil the upper angle between a leaf, flower, twig, or the like, and the stem or branch from which it grows.
beanstalk the stem of a bean plant.
bine the stem of any of various twining or vinelike plants. [2 definitions]
bractlet a small or secondary bract on a flower's stem.
brier1 a thorny branch or stem. [1/2 definitions]
Brussels sprout this cabbage-related plant that grows multiple heads along its tall stem. [1/2 definitions]
Brussels sprouts the small green edible heads that grow on the stem of a plant that is a type of cabbage. [1/2 definitions]
cane the long stem of a rose or berry plant. [1/7 definitions]
celandine a plant of the poppy family that has deeply divided leaves, yellow flowers, and a yellow-orange fluid in its stem. [1/2 definitions]
century plant a desert agave, once believed to flower only once in a century, with fleshy leaves and a very tall stem on which greenish flowers appear every ten to twenty years.
charlock a weed with yellow flowers and a hairy stem, often found in grain fields; wild mustard.
cicatrix the scar left when a stem or branch is detached from its parent tree or plant. [1/2 definitions]
compote a dish with a long stem, a base, and sometimes a lid, used to serve fruits, nuts, and confections. [1/2 definitions]
corm a thickened underground stem acting as a storage tissue and source of new leafy shoots, as in crocuses.
cornstalk the fibrous stem of a corn plant.
cortex the layer of the bark or stem of a tree or plant that lies between the vascular tissue and the epidermis. [1/3 definitions]
corymb a flat-topped cluster of flowers in which the flower stalks grow upwards from various points of the main stem and become level with each other.