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bicellular

 [bi-sel´u-ler]
1. made up of two cells.
2. having two chambers or compartments.

bi·cel·lu·lar

(bī-sel'yū-lăr),
Having two cells or subdivisions.

bicellular

(bī-sĕl′yə-lər)
adj.
Having two cells.

bicellular

[bī·sel′yo̅o̅·lər]
Etymology: L, bis, twice + cella, storeroom
made up of two cells, or having two cells.

bi·cel·lu·lar

(bī-sel'yū-lăr)
Having two cells or subdivisions.

bicellular

made up of two cells.
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Each bicellular microhair is composed of a basal cell and a cap cell, attached to or embedded in the leaf epidermis (Levering & Thomson, 1971; Oross & Thomson, 1982a; Naidoo & Naidoo, 1998; Somaru et al.
Bicellular trichomes of johnsongrass (Sorghum halepense) leaves morphology, histochemistry and function.
A short severe heat shock is required to induce embryogenesis in late bicellular pollen of Brassica napus L.
There is an exception concerning amyloplast formation during the bicellular stage of some grasses, such as Sorghum bicolor, in which the plastids next to the tapetum accumulate starch before those that are far from the tapetum do (Christensen & Homer, 1974).
In all five of these genera, the species for which character scores are available have membranous, nonciliate ligules; absence of bicellular microhairs (except possibly Duthiea; see Watson & Dallwitz, 1992); two or three lodicules that are lanceolate, unlobed, and non- or weakly vascularized (including Duthiea, pers.
Development of bicellular foliar secretory cavities in white snakeroot, Eupatorium rugosum (Asteraceae).