biseriate


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biseriate

(bī-sēr′ē-ĭt, -āt′)
adj.
Arranged in two rows.
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07 Ray Uniseriate 30% 43% Ray biseriate 56% 38% Ray triseriate 14% 19% Ray height 228.
Blackbrush also exhibit summer dormancy, with characteristics of revolute margins, uniseriate hypodermis, biseriate epidermis, biracial palisade parenchyma, and intercellular air space in leaves; all of which are characteristics of leaves from sclerophyllous chaparral plants.
Conidiophores were light brown with hemispherical vesicles bearing metulae and biseriate philalides on the upper half.
7) Biseriate glandular trichomes: such trichomes are constituted by 2 rows of cells in the body.
adspersum (source Tibell 1996) (source Tibell 1999) Thallus verrucose, yellowish granular, greyish Capitulum brownish pruina and yellowish pruina often yellowish pruina Ascus size 33-50 x 3,5-4,5 24-33 x 6-8 ([micro]m) and shape cylindrical clavate Ascospore size 8-12 x 4-5 13-17 x 6-8 ([micro]m) Arrangement of uniseriate to biseriate biseriate to spores in the asci threeseriate Ascospore spirally arranged cracks spirally ornamentation ridges; arranged ridges occasional irregular Chemistry norstictic and norstictic and placodiolic acids, vulpinic acids xanthones C.
The best preserved examples are assigned to Dadoxylon recentium, a wood characterized by biseriate, alternate, bordered tracheid pitting (Fig.
Needle mounts in lactophenol cotton blue exhibited rough conidiophores with uniseriate and biseriate conidiogenous cells covering the entire vesicle.
Rays were uniseriate, biseriate, and multiseriate (Fig.
a) colony morphology on PDA, (b) conidiophores and heads heavily possess conidia, (c, d, e) radiate heads with biseriate strigmata, (f) a bare head showing a globose vesicle.
tertiarum which occurs in the same deposit by biseriate rays, some isolated septate fibers, and larger vessel pits.
Acrostichals biseriate, 5 pairs of dorsocentral setae; upper part of proepisternum, in front of anterior spiracle, with 1 seta.