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somewhat dimorphic

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HEMIONITIDACEAE [First Draft]
... : mostly in tropical and subtropical regions; 5 genera in China. 1a. Leaves somewhat dimorphic, simple, ovate or oblong, base cordate or hastate; veins    anastomosing ... Rhizomes short, erect, bearing small, fluffy scales and long, jointed hairs, dictyostelic. Leaves somewhat dimorphic, clustered. Petiole chestnut-colored or purple-black, densely scaly and hairy as ...
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Sinopteridaceae [First Draft]
... dimorphic, fertile leaves obviously higher than sterile ones; veins free; sori    confined to vein tips...........................................................................................1.Cryptogramma 1b. Leaves monomorphic, if somewhat dimorphic ... or subulate-lanceolate, margins entire. Leaves monomorphic to somewhat dimorphic, clustered. Petiole usually chestnut-colored to black, lustrous ...
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Mycology - Structure and Function - Cytoplasm
... Spores, Sexual & Asexual Introduction Asexual Spores Sexual Spores Conclusion Questions Dimorphic Structures Introduction Rust Fungi True Dimorphic Growth Mechanisms Conclusion Questions Haustoria Introduction Structure of Haustoria Structure of ... always present in living cells. In the fungi nuclei are 1 - 3 m, somewhat smaller than most other eukaryotic organisms, where they range from 3 - 10 m. ...
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Angiosperm Families - Commelinaceae R. Br.
... lacking). Pollination autogamous or entomophilous (but without nectar); mechanism conspicuously specialized (with dimorphic stamens comprising concolourous fertilizing members, and specialised, bright yellow ‘food stamens ... a cincinnus; with involucral bracts, or without involucral bracts. Flowers regular, or somewhat irregular to very irregular. The floral irregularity when present, involving the ...
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Angiosperm Families - Cruciferae Juss.
... ; minute to medium-sized; fragrant, or odourless; more or less regular (usually), or somewhat irregular. The floral irregularity (when noticeable) involving the perianth (the outer petals of ... 2 whorled (generally, supposedly — usually obviously so in bud); polysepalous; regular; members sometimes dimorphic, with the lateral (inner) pair often basally saccate for nectar storage; decussate. Corolla ...
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Evergreen Azaleas
... they grow two sets of leaves each year. Evergreen azaleas have dimorphic leaves, known as spring and summer leaves. The spring leaves ... -15 F. In one variety, R. linearifolium 'Macrosepalum', the plant is somewhat smaller, 3 feet tall, and the leaves are deciduous and 3 ... Then the third winter they will be field grown in a somewhat protected area. Then the fourth winter they should have reached their ...
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International Carnivous Plant Society
... approximately half its length with long multicellular capitate hairs, leaf blade ovate, obtuse or somewhat rounded at the apex, the margin involute, the surface covered with sessile and ... longiore, emarginato. Tubus brevissimus, palatum nullum. Calcar cylindricum, cum tubo angulum distinctum formans. Leaves dimorphic, forming a winter rosette. Corolla deeply 2-lipped; the inferior corolla lip about ...
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Glossary of terms related to cacti
... or whole. Dichotomous Divided into two equal sized branches, usually applied to double headed plants. Dimorphic Having two different forms, commonly applied to the juvenile and adult forms of Turbinicarpus ... Petal. Pyriform Shaped like a pear. Recurved Bent downwards or backwards. Receptacle The often somewhat enlarged apex of a flower stalk which carries the individual flower parts. Regular (With ...
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Turbinicarpus Information Exchange - Description of T. nieblae
... dimorphic, differentiated into radials and centrals in juvenile and adult specimens, the radials pectinate and acicular, 6 to 10 (-17 in juvenile specimens), 2 to 7 mm long, cylindrical, white somewhat yellowish ...
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MBG: Research: Mesoamerica: Chrysochlamys
... quite different and poorly known species. It has very short petioles and the dimorphic stamens of section Heterandra "externa fertilia, libera, interna sterilia in corpus centrale concreta" (Planchon ... from South America. Chrysochlamys membrillensis (see below) of far eastern Panama also has somewhat ribbed fruits, but is otherwise quite different from the present species. Representative specimens. ...
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