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trichome

 [tri´kōm]
a filamentous or hairlike structure.

trichome

/tri·chome/ (tri´kōm) a filamentous or hairlike structure.

trichome

(trĭk′ōm′, trī′kōm′)
n.
A hairlike or bristlelike, sometimes glandular, outgrowth from the epidermis of a plant.

trichome

an epidermal outgrowth on a plant, forming a hair or spine. For example, the hairs growing out from the epidermis of cotton plant seeds are unicellular trichomes with thick, CELLULOSE walls.

trichome (trīˑ·kōm),

n tiny, delicate threadlike structure located on the surface of plants.

trichome

a filamentous or hairlike structure.
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Bicellular non-glandular trichomes are found in the margin (Figure 3F), abaxial surface and on the veins of the eophyll.
Diversity of non-glandular trichomes in subtribe Lychnophorinae (Asteraceae: Vernonieae) and taxonomic implications.
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Cost of glandular trichomes, a "resistance" character in Datura wrightii Regel (solanaceae) .
Non-glandular and unicellular trichomes and colleters are present in the axils of the bracts.
5 mm wide at the base, and 4-5 mm wide at the apex, trichomes scattered, more abundant in the proximal half of the claw; inner tepals arcuate-recurved, 22-28 mm long, the proximal 2/3 erect-patent, slightly inclinate, then curved upward, the distal 1/3 incurved and strongly reclinate; inner tepal blades 7.
The presence of trichomes can significantly stimulates the retention, and subsequently, the product absorption (Schonherr, 2006).
It was previously shown that the introduction of the terpene 7-epizingiberene biosynthetic pathway from a wild tomato in trichomes of cultivated tomato results in an enhanced resistance to insects.
2 cm, pale yellow, lanceolate, totally covered on both sides with trichomes 0.
Leaf epidermal features like shape of epidermal cells and trichomes are found useful taxonomic tools.