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genmode_phyllotaxy [2017/09/15 12:15]
titterton
genmode_phyllotaxy [2018/10/15 13:02] (current)
sechrest
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 >​**Note:​** While the term phyllotaxy refers to leaf placement, you are free to use this generation mode to generate twigs or any other SpeedTree geometry. >​**Note:​** While the term phyllotaxy refers to leaf placement, you are free to use this generation mode to generate twigs or any other SpeedTree geometry.
  
-==== Arrangment ​====+==== Arrangement ​====
 The properties in this group control the placement and orientation of each group of leaves. The properties in this group control the placement and orientation of each group of leaves.
  
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 ^Opposite | Two nodes are placed opposite one another in each group. ​ The orientation of each group is random.| ^Opposite | Two nodes are placed opposite one another in each group. ​ The orientation of each group is random.|
 ^Alternating (distichous) | A single node is placed in each group. ​ Each group'​s node is on the opposite side of the parent from the node in the preceding group. | ^Alternating (distichous) | A single node is placed in each group. ​ Each group'​s node is on the opposite side of the parent from the node in the preceding group. |
-^Alternating | A single node is place in each group. ​ The orientation of that node is random. |+^Alternating | A single node is placed ​in each group. ​ The orientation of that node is random. |
 ^Whorled | Each group gets the number of nodes specified by the "​Children per node" property. | ^Whorled | Each group gets the number of nodes specified by the "​Children per node" property. |
  
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 ==== Nodes ==== ==== Nodes ====
-The properties in this group control the placement and orientation of the leaf groups. ​ The term "​nodes"​ in this context refers to the scientific term analogous to what we've referred to as groups. ​ This is not to be confused with a SpeedTree [[nodes|node]], which is our term for a single component created by a generator.+The properties in this group control the placement and orientation of the leaf groups. ​ The term "​nodes"​ in this context refers to the scientific term analogous to what we've referred to as groups. ​ This is not to be confused with a SpeedTree [[kcnodes|node]], which is our term for a single component created by a generator.
  
 The terms "​Node"​ and "​Internode Length"​ are presented that way here to be consistent with common phyllotaxy terminology. The terms "​Node"​ and "​Internode Length"​ are presented that way here to be consistent with common phyllotaxy terminology.