eglandular


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eglandular

without glands.
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One-celled simple eglandular trichomes and rarely one-celled hook-shaped eglandular trichomes are seen on the epidermis.
Aspicarpa steinmannii is immediately shown to belong in the Aspicarpa/ Gaudichaudia complex by the following characters: leaves eglandular except for the tiny tail-like marginal outgrowths near the base of the lamina of some leaves; stamens five, opposite sepals; gynoecium with a single style, the stigma terminal and capitate; samaras with well-developed lateral wings; each samara attached to the receptacle by a cartilaginous carpophore.
Indumento abundante, eglandular y glandular; pelos abundantes en ejes y laminas, en indusios solo pelos; escamas superficiales piliformes o acintadas en laminas y ejes; pinnas laterales sagitadas a alabardeadas, auriculadas, auriculas mucronadas; costas acanaladas subpapilosas; cenosoros mediales a submarginales, con indusios interrumpidos Blechnum australe subsp.
Leaves are thin but appeared thick due to the presence of a thick cover of eglandular trichomes.
Leaves simple, alternate, often clustered at stem apex, unarmed; usually petiolate, the petioles, when present, often clasping; blades oblanceolate, less commonly linear, orbicular to elliptic, often thickly coriaceous, glabrous and eglandular, or tomentose to woolly beneath.
Hairs uniseriate, eglandular and glandular, the latter only on veins and laminae.
Leaf axis 3-branched; leaf blades triangular and lacking glands (eglandular); sori continuous and covered by rolled under (revolute) leaflet margin Pteridium
Sheep preference for perennial glandular-haired and eglandular Medicago populations.
All species possess hypostomatic leaves, anomocytic stomata, and similar glandular and eglandular trichomes, with the exception of B.