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Plant Pathology Glossary
... flower shape, fruits, seeds and height. Cuticle the waxy or fatty layer covering epidermal cells of plant surfaces exposed to air such as ... of leaves.In zoology, cuticle also refers to the non-cellular outer layer of an insect or a nematode. top D Damping off the ... (downy mildew fungi). top E Ectodesmata Ectodesmata are pits in the outer wall of epidermal cells, which connect to valleys in the cuticle ...
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Mycology Glossary - A through B
... of an ascus in which the two layers separate during ejection of the asci. The outer layer is rigid and brittle, and the inner flexible. Alternate to unitunicate where the layers are ...
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August - September 2003 Newsletter
... 3 leafsets should then be stripped from the stem, taking care not to tear the outer layer of the stem. Depending on the size of the remaining foliage, the ending leaflets on ...
carolinadistrict.org

Angiosperm Families - Bixaceae Link
... tetrahedral (usually), or decussate. Anther wall initially with one middle layer, or initially with more than one middle layer. Tapetum glandular. Pollen grains aperturate; 3 aperturate; colporate; 2- ... only genus, Bixa. Economic uses, etc. Orange dye for foodstuffs is obtained from the outer layer of the testa (annatto, arnotto, roucou). Illustrations. • Technical details (Bixa). • Technical ...
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Unique Sensitivity of the Elderly
... thinner and we lose Langerhan's cells, an immune defense of the skin, from the outer layer. This may be why elders are more susceptible to cancer from exposure to UV light ...
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PlanetaCactus: Glossary of botanical terms
... generally flat-topped flower cluster with pedicels varying in length, the outer flowers opening first. COTYLEDON: First leaves of the plant growing ... the stem. - E - ENSIFORM: Shaped like a sword. EPIDERMIS: Outer layer of the skin. EPIPHYTE: A plant which grows upon another ... falling off. PETAL: One of the outer appendages of a flower, located between the outer sepals and the stamens. Petals often ...
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Selecting Socks, HYG-5544-01
... socks are usually quite smooth and absorbent. They make a good layer next to the skin, but are not very durable. Synthetic fibers, ... are next to the skin and the absorbent fiber forms an outer layer. This accomplishes the same result as wearing two socks, but is ... olefin carries moisture away from the foot to the more absorbent outer layer. One last specialty sock is the boot sock. These extra-high ...
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Selecting, Storing and Serving Ohio Melons, HYG-5523-93
... pale green suggests immaturity. Scratch the surface of the rind with your thumbnail. If the outer layer slips back with little resistance showing the green-white under the rind, the watermelon is ...
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On-Line Glossary: C
... with new isolates. (10) cupulate. Cup-shaped. (5) cuticle. 1. A thin, waxy layer on the outer wall of epidermal cells consisting primarily of wax and cutin. (2). 2. Noncellular ... enzymes: able to digest cutin. (21) cutis. Of basidiocarps of certain wood-decaying fungi: the outer layer consisting of compressed hyphae parallel to the surface, sometimes with varnishlike incrustation. (21) cv. ...
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Fruit Identification Outline
... of their outer, green, fleshy husk and stony, seed-bearing endocarp. These latter fruits are also called drupaceous nuts. The coconut is considered a dry drupe with a green, waterproof outer layer (exocarp), a thick, buoyant, fibrous husk (mesocarp) and a hard, woody, inner layer (endocarp) surrounding the large seed. The actual seed ...
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