heterocellular

heterocellular

 [het″er-o-sel´u-ler]
composed of cells of different kinds.

het·er·o·cel·lu·lar

(het'ĕr-ō-sel'yū-lăr),
Formed of cells of different kinds.

heterocellular

/het·ero·cel·lu·lar/ (-sel´u-ler) composed of cells of different kinds.

heterocellular

[-sel′yələr]
pertaining to a structure formed by more than one kind of cell.

het·er·o·cel·lu·lar

(het'ĕr-ō-sel'yū-lăr)
Formed of cells of different kinds.

heterocellular

composed of cells of different kinds.
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The radial longitudinal section enabled us to determine the phloem radii, which are heterocellular, with 4-5 marginal rows of high upright cells, the multiseriate parts composed of procumbent cells having intercellular spaces (Fig.
Rays were heterocellular, possessing both upright and procumbent cells (Fig.
Our findings of heterocellular rays in Planera are at odds with this work.
1200 records) and examined chronological patterns for the incidence of such features as vessel element length, scalariform perforation plates versus simple plates, opposite and scalariform versus alternate intervessel pitting, imperforate element pit structure, heterocellular versus homocellular rays, and axial parenchyma distribution patterns [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 1 A-D OMITTED].
Icacinoxylon is characterized by long scalariform perforation plates, scalariform to transitional lateral pitting, wide heterocellular rays, and scanty diffuse axial parenchyma and may be representative of several families, such as Chloranthaceae, Platanaceae, and Hamamelidaceae, all of which are known from the Mid-Cretaceous of eastern North America based on reproductive structures (Crane & Herendeen, 1996; Magallon-Puebla et al.
Rays are uniseriate or rarely biseriate (Asteropeia), or both uniseriate and biseriate (Physena), and homocellular, but sometimes heterocellular (Physena).