It is characterized by effused, applanate to pulvinate blackish stromata with brown tones when young, inconspicuous up to 1/4 exposed perithecial mounds; ostiolar truncatum-type discs; amyloid apical rings and brown ellipsoid-inequilateral ascospores with straight germ slits spore-length and dehiscent
perispore in KOH.
species Collect entire inflorescences prior to dispersal.
There was statistically significant difference in the incidence of dehiscent
sigmoid plate ( P = 0.000), lateral sinus stenosis ( P = 0.014), high jugular bulb ( P = 0.000), sigmoid sinus diverticulum ( P = 0.000), jugular bulb diverticulum ( P = 0.000), dehiscent
jugular bulb ( P = 0.000), and large emissary vein ( P = 0.006) between the symptomatic and asymptomatic sides [Table 2].
Sample Phases of Maturation Moisture (%) Oil Content (%) Number 1 Green castor oil plant 9.3 37.1 2 Intermediate 1 * 8.7 42.3 3 Intermediate 2 * 7.4 47.4 4 Mature castor oil plant 6.8 42.8 * The harvest in cultivars with dehiscent
fruits should be performed when the fruits begin to open, dropping the seeds on the ground.
histrix showed thick walls and was dehiscent
at the base.
At surgery, a 1x1 cm dehiscent
area in the right sphenoid sinus was present.
(82) It is the larger purpose of the dehiscent
formal mechanisms of the late fiction to agree with the underlying logic of these awful pronouncements.
Clavien classification of complications in study groups Clavien Complications Number of Number of classification patients patients in Group in Group 1 2 Grade 1 Elevation of 8 2 body temperature Grade II Infection of the 1 - incision site Blood 5 4 transfusion Incisional - - hernia Urinary tract 4 1 infection Grade IIIa Urinary leakage 1 - requiring catheterization Grade IIIb Closure of 1 - dehiscent
noninfected wound in the OR under local anesthesia Renal venous 3 1 bleeding Grade IVa Vena cava 1 - injury Grade IVb Colonic injury - - Total (%) 24 (27) 8(18) Table 4.
Fruits indehiscent, baccate Bromelioideae Fruits dehiscent
, capsular 2 2.
Fruits deflexed (-ascending or divergent), dehiscent
(-indehiscent), oblong, subterete or tetragonal (-laterally compressed) in cross section, ovoid in one species, coriaceous.