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capitulum

 [kah-pit´u-lum] (pl. capi´tula) (L.)
a small eminence on a bone, as on the distal end of the humerus, by which it articulates with another bone.

ca·pit·u·la

(kă-pit'yū-lă),
Plural of capitulum.

capitula

(kə-pĭch′ə-lə)
n.
Plural of capitulum.

ca·pit·u·la

(kă-pit'yū-lă)
Plural of capitulum.
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It has a distinctive and peculiar morphology when compared with other genera of Mutisieae, with its single-flowered capitula aggregated into compound heads and with each aggregation of one-five heads surrounded by spiny, ovate bracts.
This time, however, Gilbert took the opportunity to speak first, even before the reading of the capitula. His speech took so much time that the Council postponed its examination until the following day.
Capitulescences corymbose; capitula pedunculate, homogamous, ligulate; receptacle epaleate; involucre multiseriate.
The number of capitula produced was higher in Sphagnum originating from Mentor Marsh and Tamarack Bog than in the Sphagnum originating from Singer Lake (Fig.
amaena fully opened at 7 days, after formation of the capitula. Pollen viability test was assigned as: 46% +- 6.5 three days before the flowers opened, 57% +- 6.2 two days before the flowers opened, 74% +- 5.3 one day before the flowers opened, 86% +- 6 the day of flower fully opened, 78% +- 6 one day after the flowers opened, 64% +- 3 two days after the flowers opened, 50% +- 3.5 three days after the flowers opened, 43% +- 1.8 four days after the flowers opened, 37% +- 2.2 five days after the flowers opened, and 31% +- 1.1 six days after the flowers opened (Figure 4).
Capitula solitary, terminal, peduncle 5-7 mm long, corollas white.
In 2005 and 2014 flowering phenology was estimated by tagging 20 randomly chosen plants and counting the number of flowering capitula over time.
Capitula are located in panicles at the ends of the branches and are with only disk florets.
Misra, "Hepatoprotective activity of aqueous ethanolic extract of chamomile capitula in paracetamol intoxicated albino rats," American Journal of Pharmacology and Toxicology, vol.
Potential pinniped remains recorded from AE-14 are constituted by a partial thoracic cage (45 cm long), with seven articulated thoracic vertebrae and articulated double-headed ribs and connected with their respective vertebrae via capitula and tubercula (Fig.