When leaves are eventually shed, that pseudobulb has no further use for roots, and they will die naturally. From Wordnik.com. [Article Source] Reference
The flower buds are produced from the apex of the pseudobulb, usually encased in a protective sheath, which dries and splits to allow the developing buds to emerge. From Wordnik.com. [Article Source] Reference
The stem is also called the pseudobulb. From Wordnik.com. [CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]] Reference
In vitro cultivated ICCBco is composed of Calculus Bovis, Chinese Paris Rhizome, polygonum cuspidatum, appendiculate cremastra pseudobulb, frankincense, and myrrh, and has the functions of clearing away heat and toxic materials, removing blood stasis, reducing swelling, eliminating blood stasis and promoting tissue regeneration, according to the principle of traditional Chinese medicine. From Wordnik.com. [PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories] Reference
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