noun sty·lo·podium \ˌstīləˈpōdēəm\

Definition of stylopodium



  1. :  a disk-shaped or conical swelling or expansion at the base of the style in plants of the family Umbelliferae

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Origin and Etymology of stylopodium

New Latin, from 2styl- + -podium (from Greek podion small foot, base) — more at pew

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