1. A vertical row, as of leaves. When you sight along the length of a branch from the tip end, if it appears there are two rows of leaves, either opposite or alternate, the branch is 2-ranked; if three rows, it is 3-ranked, etc. 2. In taxonomy, the position of a taxon in the hierarchy, e.g., species, genus, family, etc.

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