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cladode

[klad-ohd] /ˈklæd oʊd/
noun, Botany
Origin
1865-1870
1865-70; < Neo-Latin cladodium; see clad-, -ode1, -ium
Related forms
cladodial, adjective
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cladode

/ˈklædəʊd/
noun
1.
(botany) a flattened stem resembling and functioning as a leaf, as in butcher's-broom Also called cladophyll, phylloclade
Word Origin
C19: from New Latin cladōdium, from Late Greek kladōdēs having many shoots
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