distichia


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distichia

 [dis-tik´e-ah] (distichiasis [dis″tĭ-ki´ah-sis]) the presence of a double row of eyelashes, one or both of which are turned against the eyeball.

distichia

the presence of a double row of eyelashes, one or both of which are turned against the eyeball.
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Two genera Patosia and Distichia are karyologically completely unknown.
Agmatoploidy or agmatopolyploidy in Juneus, Oreojuncus, Distichia, Marssipospermum, Oxychloe, Patosia and Rostkovia have not been confirmed yet thus presence of holocentric chromosomes in these genera is still questionable.
While normal eyelashes grow on the outside of the eyelid, the second row - also known as distichia - can develop deep within the gland of the eyelid rather than on the surface.