inflexed


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inflexed

bent inwards.
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The ostiola of fig species associated with extant Hexapus morphotypes, have an entrance morphology not found in other fig groups, and are usually protracted at the bottom of a cavity in the apex of the syconium (Berg, 2009); they have several layers of superficial interlocking horizontal appressed bracts; (spiral entrance), followed by a series of inflexed bracts pointing inwards into the syconial cavity; (linear entrance).
Conversely, the election outcome represented a crushing defeat for its enemies and even the sign of a racially inflexed class-consciousness.
However, the borrowing needs of the government for budgetary support as well as that of public sector enterprises will keep an upward pressure on the banks' investment in government papers," the report said adding that "in this scenario, the banks' capacity to lend private sector and build high return earnings assets will largely depend on a number of factors mainly their ability to mobilise additional savings, manage increased credit risk and high inflexed profit and early retirement of commodity financing by the government.
3-2 mm wide, flat to slightly concave, glabrous, the tip scabrous, the margins inflexed, firmly clasping the second glume.