biseriate


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biseriate

(bī-sēr′ē-ĭt, -āt′)
adj.
Arranged in two rows.
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Matula and phialides In two series (biseriate) Conidia Conidia, spherical, 2.0-3.0 [micro]m.
The vesicles were hemispherical in shape, small, globose and flattened at the apical part, and diameters ranging from 8.0-12.0 m, with uniseriate and biseriate sterigmata.
Ascospores partially overlapping to biseriate, fusiform, brown, with three or more transverse septa without longitudinal septa, mostly terete (cylindrical; frequently circular in section but narrowing to one end), mostly with a thick sheath.
Young or distal regions of wild rice adventitious roots have a stele with differentiating proto- and metaxylem, a cortex with an endodermis, a midcortex with thick cell walls in inner layers, developing schizolysigenous aerenchyma, an enlarged outer ring of cells (not part of the hypodermis), a distinctly biseriate hypodermis, and an epidermis at 5 mm from the apex (Figure 1(a)).
6); widest part at sutural area; costal area uniseriate, with sub-rectangular areolae anteriorly, half the size of the posterior ones, these rectangular; subcostal area with three rows of areolae in the widest part, which is located at the higher region of the hemelytral cyst; discoidal area anteriorly biseriate, with five rows of areolae at widest part, located at the same position as the widest part of the subcostal area; radius-median vein sinuous; sutural area with small areolae anteriorly, similar in size as those of the distal part of the discoidal area; larger and pentagonal areolae posteriorly, same size as the larger ones of costal area; outer row with large, square areolae, inner edge slightly rounded.
Plant mass formed by entangled filaments, caespitose, sometimes isolate filaments or in small groups in the mucilage of other cyanobacteria; main filament and branches similar; filaments usually uniseriate, occasionally biseriate, 10.0-11.0 [micro]m wide, irregularly T-branched, Y-false branching present; sheath thin, hyaline; trichomes constricted, sometimes not constricted, 8.0-10.0(-13.0) [micro]m wide; cells cylindrical to rounded, 10.0-12.0(-15.0) urn long; heterocytes intercalary or apical, 9.016.0 [micro]m long, (8.0-)10.0-12.0(-13.0) [micro]m wide.
Postocular setae biseriate, primary row stronger than secondary row, primary row disclinate (out-curved), secondary row inclinate (in-curved).
Gynoecium with superior ovary, densely pilose, trilocular; biseriate Seminal rudiments up to 12 per cavity; axile placentation, thin placentae; style simple, large and filiform; stigma simple, usually terminal, subcapitate.
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.