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Relating to a fasciculus; arranged in the form of a bundle or collection of rods.


(fə-sĭk′yə-lĭt) also


Arranged in or formed of fascicles; fascicular.

fas·cic′u·late·ly adv.
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The fasciculate zone had large cells with central nucleus and visible nucleolus, large amount of mitochondria and cytoplasm filled with enormous amount of lipid vesicles, and it was the area where the greatest amount of these vesicles were noted when compared to the other two cortical zones.
In this region, a large amount of lipid vesicles were found, but in a smaller amount than that found in the fasciculate zone.
Despite only being collected in Serra de Monfurado (Alentejano district), with penatilobate leafs and the abaxial surface laden with stellate and fasciculate trichomes, and both surfaces tomentose to velvety, its distribution range should be much wider, being cited by Costa & al.
xlousae Leaf morphology Progressively Progressively obovate obovate towards towards the apex, the apex, convex flat Leaf margin Lobulate Lobulate Marginal spines Absent Absent or present Nerves Protruding, Protruding, rectilinear > 10 rectilinear < 9 Pubescence Abaxial surface Abaxial surface glabrescent, glabrous to Adaxial surface glabrescent, Adaxial glabrous surface glabrous Petiole length mm (8-)10-15(-18) (4-)6-5(-8) reddish Types of trichomes above Simple-uniseriate Absent Scarce Bulbous Absent Present Solitary Present Scarce Fasciculate Absent Absent Multiradiate Present Scarce Stellate Present Scarce Fused-stellate Absent Absent Characteristics Q.
Two types of trichomes are present on the abaxial surface, simple and fasciculate stipitate.
On the abaxial surface there are four types of trichomes: stellate trichomes, with 8-10 rays about 165-169 [micro]m long, fused stellate trichomes (with 8-10 arms), fasciculate stipitate with 6-7 rays (109-200 [micro]m), and simple trichomes (53 [micro]m).
alba, is characterized by anthelate or fasciculate inflorescences, hypogynous bristles, and deeply bifid styles.
Polycephalae are capitate, and those of Pseudocapitatae are fasciculate.
2003) and Jestrow (unpublished) Parameter Bernardia Lasiocroton Leaf Glands Present Absent Margin Dentate Entire to sinuate Stipules Present Absent Trichomes Simple, fasciculate, Rugose-stellate stellate Flower Anthers Basifixed Subdorsifixed Male disk glands Interstaminal or none Annular Pistillode Absent Filiform or absent Infloresence Pistillate infloresence Racemose to spicate Racemose to subpaniculate Pistillate rachis 1 mm to 20 cm 5 cm to 25 cm length Pollen Operculum Absent Fusiform Tectum Punctate to reticulate Crotonoid Costa ectocolpi Present Absent Margo Present Absent
The unusual fasciculate hairs may also be synapomorphic.
Indumentum of fasciculate branched and small glandular hairs.
Moreover, no fasciculate stamens are known in the Laurales, and the relative (vascular) independence of the nectarial appendages is due to their late appearance in ontogeny (Endress, 1980).