(dee-KUM-bent) -- A reclining stem with the tip turned upwards.
-- Said of plants whose flower or leaves are in two ranks, usually
on opposite sides of the stem.
-- One plant that lives on another but does not draw nourishment
from the host plant.
-- A plant growing upright.
-- A plant without leaves.
-- Having one foot. A plant that grows perpendicular to the horizon
with very strong apical dominance. Flowers are borne on axillary
inflorescences. Terminal buds remain vegetative, e.g.,
-- A lateral shoot, above ground that produces roots while still
attached to the parent stem, common in some Dendrobium
-- A plant that derives its sustenance from another living plant.
-- Lying flat,said of a stem growing horizontally on the surface
of the ground.
-- With pseudobulbs.
-- Said of sympodial orchids with long lateral branches containing
many leaves and of uniform thickness, as in Dendrobium
-- A plant that derives it's sustenance from decomposition of old
plant parts. It usally lacks chlorophyl, e.g.,
-- A plant whose main stem grows horizontally and that has determinate
lateral branches. Flower spikes are terminal or axillary, e.g.,
-- Plants that grow in soil or similar medium on the gorund, e.g.,
-- A plant that climbs.
-- Three or more plant parts attached at the same point, said of
leaves and flowers.