papyraceous


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papyraceous

 [pap″ĭ-ra´shus]
like paper.

pap·y·ra·ceous

(pap-i-rā'shŭs),
Like parchment or paper.
[L. papyraceus, made of papyrus]

papyraceous

/pap·y·ra·ceous/ (pap″ĭ-ra´shus) like paper.

papyraceous

[pap′irā′shəs]
Etymology: Gk, papyros, paper
having a paperlike quality. Also spelled papyraceus.

pap·y·ra·ceous

(pap'i-rā'shŭs)
Like parchment or paper.
[L. papyraceus, made of papyrus]

papyraceous

like paper.

papyraceous fetal mummification
the commonest form of fetal mummification; fluids are resorbed, the placenta being reduced to paper-like sheets.
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15-25 cm long, papyraceous, sessile, cuneate at base, caudate at apex,
5 cm wide, 30-35 cm long, papyraceous, sessile, cuneate at base,
Leaflets chartaceous to papyraceous, oblong-lanceolate
leaflets, in contrast to the papyraceous, lanceolate, generally acute
Hybrida as having a short-creeping or ascending rhizome, long stipes, usually papyraceous blades, blade scales black or dark brown and distributed especially along the margin and costa, and spores with low ridges.
B-D), herbaceous to papyraceous, densely hairy on both surfaces with unicellular, acicular, patent, whitish to deep reddish hairs 0.
Laminae papyraceous to chartaceous, to 140-290 x 29-36 mm, narrowly elliptic (broadest at or beyond the middle), cuneate to shortly decurrent at bases, long-acute at tips (Fig.
but it is clearly distinguished by the papyraceous blades, appressed rhizome scales, each with an acuminate apex, as well as by the secondary and tertiary veins not raised and only slightly wider than the tertiary ones.