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glabrous

 [gla´brus]
smooth and bare.

gla·brous

, glabrate (glā'brŭs, glā'brāt),
Smooth or hairless; denoting areas of the body where hair does not normally grow, that is, palms or soles.
[L. glaber, smooth]

glabrous

/gla·brous/ (gla´brus) smooth and bare.

glabrous

(glā′brəs)
adj.
Having no hairs or pubescence; smooth: glabrous leaves.

gla′brous·ness n.

gla·brous

, glabrate (glā'brŭs, -brāt)
Smooth or hairless; denoting areas of the body where hair does not normally grow, i.e., palms or soles.
[L. glaber, smooth]

glabrous

Smooth. The term is applied to a hairless surface.

glabrous

(of plant structures) without hairs.

glabrous

palmar and plantar skin characterized by lack of hair, hair follicles and sebaceous glands

glabrous

smooth and bare.
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The glabrous skin of the palm and sole has special traits which distinguishes it aesthetically and functionally from skin of rest of the body5.
Third and following tergites smooth and nearly glabrous, 3rd tergite as long as 2nd tergite.
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6 mm, hyaline, glabrous on the margins, 1-nerved, acute apex, awned, awn 5-9 mm long; palea 0.
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