|MFD (Multilingual Forestry Dictionary)|
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Decurrent tree form refers to the growth form in which the lateral branches outgrow the leader or terminal shoot. This results in a broad crown form which spreads and can result in multiple trunks.
- "双语词汇、学术名词暨辞书资讯网". National Academy for Educational Research. Retrieved 15 November 2019.