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multicellular hairs

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Angiosperm Families - Acanthaceae Juss.
... surface, or on both surfaces; diacytic. Hairs present; eglandular, or glandular; unicellular, or multicellular. Unicellular hairs branched, or unbranched. Multicellular hairs branched, or unbranched. Adaxial hypodermis present ( ... planoconvex or crumpled. Embryo achlorophyllous (3/3); large. Testa sometimes covered with hairs or scales which become sticky or slimy when wet. Polyembryony recorded ( ...
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Angiosperm Families - Aralidiaceae Philipson and Stone
... stem). Leaf anatomy. Stomata present; on both surfaces; anisocytic. Hairs present; eglandular and glandular; unicellular and multicellular. Unicellular hairs unbranched. Multicellular hairs uniseriate; unbranched. Complex hairs absent. Adaxial hypodermis absent. Lamina dorsiventral; without secretory cavities. Main ...
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Athyriaceae [First Draft]
... section of upper part of rachis), more or less bearing scales, hyaline multicellular hairs, and some scale-hairs (multicellular hairs, consist of two column cells at base, upward becoming one ... when dried, stipes, raches and pinnae, pinnule sparsely bearing scale-hairs at base, multicellular hairs or unicellular glandular-hairs, laminae usually glabrous. Sori round, dorsal on veinlets, sorophore ...
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DAVALLIACEAE [Draft]
... ; if compound deltoid and broadest towards base or rarely elongate, glabrous or rarely bearing multicellular hairs, anadromous or rarely isodromous or catadromous and then the scales evenly narrowed towards ... cm long, bearing hairs and or scales when young. Lamina compound, bipinnate towards base and in the middle part, elongate, not or hardly narrowed towards base, bearing multicellular hairs, 12-- ...
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Fruit Terminology (Part 4)
... The sacs (vesicles) are actually swollen (plump), specialized hairs. According to K. Esau (Anatomy of Seed Plants, 1960), the juice sacs originate as multicellular hairs in which the interior of the enlarged ... many tightly-packed, seed-bearing ovaries (drupelets), each with separate styles that appear like black hairs. It is technically a multiple fruit (called a syncarp) composed of a cluster of ...
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International Carnivous Plant Society
... to half its length with long multicellular capitate hairs. Spatulate or oblanceolate, 3.0-12 mm long/1.5-4.0 mm wide, sparsely covered with long multicellular hairs. Summer leaves With a ... The arrangement of three different types of multicellular non-glandular hairs covering the entire base. The arrangement of one type of multicellular non-glandular hairs covering the base of the middle inferior ...
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Vireya Rhododendrons - Classification
... grouping, from the shape and size of the flowers to the type of leaf scales (multicellular hairs, most evident to the naked eye as a rough brownish coating on the surface of ...
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Iris Glossary
... Eupogon -- True bearded irises with a beard consisting of multicellular hairs in contrast to pogon (onco and regelia) irises whose beard consists of unicellular hairs. F1 -- The first filial generation, the first ... now used to describe bearded irises with white standards and colored falls. Beard -- The conspicuous hairs borne on the center of the haft of the falls in bearded irises. Bicolor -- ...
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Bryophytes
... "leaves", which are properly called phyllodes . Mosses attach to their substrate with multicellular rhizoids . They may be erect or prostrate (axis along the ground) Moss "leaves ... (both sexes on one plant) or | | Heterothallic (separate plants) | | Antheridium Archegonium (Both have sterile hairs, paraphyses associated) (Club-shaped) (Elongate vase-shaped) | | Motile Sperm Egg (One egg) Zygote ...
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... many cells thick at the centre. They may be attached to the substrate by fine multicellular root hairs or rhizoids, and often resemble thallose liverworts. The prothallus has a single set of ...
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