Of these characters length of internode was carried by the Bush, and the procumbent habit by the original Cupid parent.
These grow both from above and below, meeting in the middle of the internode and completely hiding the long axial cell.
Same, older, with plumule developed into internode and pair of leaves.
In species able to adapt themselves to great changes, the length of the internode may vary from 50 cm.
By making a half-hitch around this internode, the vine is held very firmly.
The internode, node, and leaf make a single plant-part, and the plant is made up of a succession of such parts.
The gallery of an internode has to be wide open before the insect can take possession of it.
It covers the internode, one margin being inside and the other outside.
The unit of pruning is a short fruit cane of four to five internodes, accompanied by a renewal spur of one internode.
At first growth in length takes place throughout its length in the internode and when it gets older this elongation ceases.
internode in·ter·node (ĭn'tər-nōd')
A section or part between two nodes.
An internodal segment.