axifugal ax·if·u·gal (āk-sĭf’yə-gəl, -sĭf’ə-) or ax·of·u·gal (-sŏf’yə-gəl, -sŏf’ə-, āk’sə-fyōō’gəl)
Directed away from an axon or axis.
Relating to nerve impulses that move from the body of a nerve cell.
the angle between the upper side of a leaf or stem and the supporting stem or branch. Historical Examples Is there always a bud in the axil where the leaf stalk joins the twig? Cornell Nature-Study Leaflets Various A lateral bud is one situated on the side of a twig in the axil of a […]
in or of an axis. Historical Examples In Ericaceæ too, the axile placenta has been seen ovuliferous at the base and prolonged above into a leafy branch. Vegetable Teratology Maxwell T. Masters Capsule 3–5-celled with axile placent, loculicidal or circumscissile, many-seeded. The Manual of the Botany of the Northern United States Asa Gray In malformed […]
the membrane surrounding the axon of a nerve fiber. noun a variant spelling of axolemma
Anatomy. the armpit. Ornithology. the corresponding region under the wing of a bird. Botany. an axil. Historical Examples When attached in protected spots in the tender skin of the axilla or groin, they are often in dense clusters of a dozen or more. Life History and Ecology of the Five-lined Skink, Eumeces fasciatus Henry S. […]