antrorse

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antrorse

(ăn′trôrs′)
adj. Biology
Directed forward and upward, as the hairs on certain plant stems.

an′trorse′ly adv.
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Leaves 4-9, some cauline; blades (5-) 9-75 cm long, 1.5-3.5 (-4) mm wide, ascending or somewhat spreading, stiff, flattish or channeled (at least proximally), glabrous proximally and often papillate-scabrescent distally (both above and below and especially on ribs), the margins antrorsely scabrous, terminating in a 3-angled, scabrate attenuated tip; inner band of leaf sheaths hyaline or, more often, pale to dark reddish brown, glabrous or sparingly scabrescent, slightly thickened at the mouth, apex concave; ligules up to 5 mm long, rounded to subacute.
Plants in small, loose clumps with 1-4 culms; culms 25-75 cm tall, 0.6-1.9 mm wide, erect to spreading, triquetrous, coarsely ribbed, the angles antrorsely scabrous distally, smooth proximally.