internode

[in-ter-nohd]
noun
a part or space between two nodes, knots, or joints, as the portion of a plant stem between two nodes.

Origin:
1660–70; < Latin internōdium. See inter-, node

internodal, adjective
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internode (ˈɪntəˌnəʊd)
 
n
1.  the part of a plant stem between two nodes
2.  the part of a nerve fibre between two nodes of Ranvier
 
inter'nodal
 
adj

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internode in·ter·node (ĭn'tər-nōd')
n.

  1. A section or part between two nodes.

  2. An internodal segment.


in'ter·nod'al (-nōd'l) adj.
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If there are growth differences, you would be more likely to see them in terms of internode length.
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