Therefore if absolute certainty is required, a fascicle of triquetral leaves is best determined by actual count.
The fascicle of light that it emits has a perfect concentration.
The measures in use were of a very primitive description, chiefly the fascicle and the pugil.
The variations are mainly in the number of leaves in the fascicle.
The cross-section of a cotyledon is, therefore, a triangle whose angles vary with the number composing the fascicle.
Sometimes, on the other hand, Danaë has a fascicle of flowers inserted on the middle of the upper surface, as in Ruscus.
The collar with a dark area ventrad and also dorsad of the fascicle.
The name Phacelia is from a Greek word signifying a fascicle, or bunch, and refers to the fascicled or clustered flower-racemes.
Theoretically the leaf, in section, should indicate the number of leaves composing its fascicle.
No fascicle of five leaves, that I have examined, is equally apportioned among its five members.
1620s, from Latin fasciculus "a small bundle, a bunch," diminutive of fascis (see fasces). As "part of a work published in installments," 1640s (also fascicule, from French). Related: Fasciculate; fasciculation.
fascicle fas·ci·cle (fās'ĭ-kəl)