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Increasing in size with age, such as a calyx that continues to grow after the corolla has fallen, e.g. in Physalis peruviana.accumbentLying against another part of the plant; when applied to a cotyledon, it means that one edge of the cotyledon lies along the radicle.-aceaeA suffix added to the stem of a generic name to form the name of a taxonomic family; for example, Rosaceae is the rose family, of which the type genus is Rosa.   Achenes on the surface of the stem of the infructescence of a strawberry

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