The stalk that supports the lamina; if missing, the leaf is sessile.
Trees with well-developed trunk.
An ulcer of the mucous membrane, usually oral.
Counteracts kidney disease.
Acts against a disorder and generally fatal condition of the blood and blood making tissues, characterized by a persistent excess…
A hookworm disease, common in tropical countries.
Angina Disease of the heart signaled by acute constricting pains in the chest.
Fruit formed from the many separate dry or fleshy fruits of a single flower, as in the raspberry.
Achene seed and pericarp attached only at the funiculus, the seed usually tightly enclosed by the fruit wall.