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adnate

(ăd′nāt′)
adj. Biology
Joined or united with a part or organ of a different kind, as stamens attached to petals.

ad·na′tion n.

adnate

(of a structure) joined to an organ of a different kind.
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Hymenium: Gills, adnate, close to subdistant, moderately broad, white becoming pale pink to brown with age.
Pore surface yellowish adnate and ascending colorchange to brownish when bruised pores angular andfrequent about 2 per mm tubes 717 mm deep.
Petals of unknown color fresh, dark castaneous dried, pale-pustulate, thickened, obovate, slightly cucullate, concave; petal base adnate to stamen tube base for 0.
Stamens included; filaments complanate, lilac toward the apex, the antepetalous ones adnate to the petals for 6-8 mm, the antesepalous ones free; anther base obtuse-sagittate, apex apiculate, apiculus nigrescent, dorsifixed above the base at 1/3 of its length; pollen globose, diporate, exine psillate; stigma conduplicate-spiral, ellipsoid-capitate, lilac-purple, margins crenulate-lacerate; ovary obconic, trigonous, 8-9 mm long, 6-7 mm in diameter at the apex, white, glabrous, bearing inconspicuous longitudinal sulcus; placentation apical; ovules shortly caudate; epigynous tube inconspicuous, ca.
It is useful to note whether the wing has a single pattern of venation spreading in one plane, or if there are two overlapping sets of veins indicative of coalescent or adnate laminae.
C) Adnate algal cells will make Percentage adnate: S = FS up a greater proportion of the [greater than] F = A community in snail treatments compared to non-snail treatments (Bronmark 1989, McCormick and Stevenson 1991, Steinman et al.
5 mm, free, erect at anthesis or nearly so, green except for the paler green apical margins, bearing 2 densely and prevailing downwardly-oriented, fimbriate-lacerate appendages 3-4 mm above the base, as well as 2 conspicuous longitudinal callosities nearly equaling the anthers; filaments terete, greenish-white, the antepetalous ones 7-8 mm long, adnate to the petals for 4-5 mm, the antesepalous ones ca.
1 mm long, inconspicuously toothed, adnate to petals; pistil ca.
Stegowaltheria an elongate-plumose stigma, adaxial petals with raised succulent midribs, petals adnate to the stamen tube for more than 0.
Stamens (2-)5-10(-16), free from the corolla or adnate, sometimes connate, included or exserted, the filaments straight to variously curved, unicellular-pubescent or glabrous; anthers tetrasporangiate or bisporangiate, inverting (late, or more commonly early) in development, with 2 or 4 apparently terminal or dorsal appendages (awns, spurs) or these sometimes on the filaments, opening by pores or short to long slits, sometimes through narrowed tubules, an endothecium usually lacking.
5%) and (3) the adnate taxon Achnanthes lanceolata Breb.
3 mm above the base, as well as 2 conspicuous longitudinal callosities exceeding the the anthers; filaments terete, white, the antepetalous ones 9-10 mm long, adnate to the petals for ca.