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Stem may refer to:
- Plant stem, the aboveground structures that have vascular tissue and that support leaves and flowers
Also see similar:
- Stem cell
- STEM fields, science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, as collective fields of study
- The stem or stem group of a clade (in biological classification) consists of extinct organisms more closely related to the crown group than to any other extant clade.
- Word stem, the base part of a word not including inflectional morphemes
Music and audio production
- Stem (music), a part of a written musical note
- Stem mixing and mastering, a group of audio tracks
- Stem (audio), in audio production, a group of audio sources mixed together
- "Stem", a song by Canadian musician Hayden from his 1995 album Everything I Long For
- "Stem", a song by American industrial metal band Static-X from its 1999 album Wisconsin Death Trip
- "Stem" (Ringo Sheena song), a 2003 song by Ringo Sheena from the album Kalk Samen Kuri no Hana
- "Stem" (DJ Shadow song), a song by DJ Shadow on the album Endtroducing.....
- The Stems, an Australian garage rock/power pop group from the 1980s
- Stem (bicycle part), connects the handlebars to the steer tube of a bicycle fork
- Stem (lesbian), a woman who exhibits some stereotypical butch and lesbian traits without fitting the masculine stereotype associated with butch lesbians
- Crack stem, a device for smoking crack cocaine
- Stem (REXX language), part of a compound variable in the REXX computer programming language
- Stem (ship), the upright member mounted on the forward end of a vessel's keel, to which the strakes are attached
- Stem, North Carolina, a city in Granville County.
- Stem (skiing), a technique in skiing
- Watch stem
STEM may refer to:
- Scanning transmission electron microscopy
- Spatiotemporal Epidemiological Modeler, a free software developed by IBM
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