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flexuous

(of a stem) bending or wavy.
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Flexuous virus particles of DMV infects field bean as seen under Electron Microscope (Magnification of 10,000X)
Filaments are free living, solitary, free floating, straight, flexuous, wavy or irregularly coiled, with firm, thin, colorless sheaths and very rarely false branched.
Conidiophores micronematous, mononematous, branched, or unbranched, straight or slightly flexuous, hyaline to olivaceous brown, smooth, narrow 2-3 pm thick, Conidiogenous cells clavate or broader 4-6 pm giving rise denticles 3 to many, cylindrical long, narrow toward tips 3-6 x 0.6-1 pm.
The genome of PRSV consists of 800-900 nm long nonenveloped flexuous filamentous particles with an ssRNA genome of about 10,324 nucleotides [27].
abbreviatum are cordate or truncated and have flexuous (wavy) surfaces (Table 2 and Figures 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5).
Other peculiar teratologies include flexuous stems, extremely short internodes, dichotomous branching of shoots, cones that continue vegetative growth, and cones borne on the lateral branches of species that normally only have a cone at the apex of the central stem (Page, 1968; Schaffner 1924, 1933; Tschudy, 1939; Westwood, 1989).
sparse indument of flexuous, often twisted and/or floccose hairs); and c) pink, rarely white flowers (vs.
g., with ocelli; epistomal sulcus developed only laterally, not present dorsally; lacinia bicuspid, with outer cusp bidentate; tarsi two segmented; Rs stem in forewing flexuous; Rs-M in forewing joined by a crossvein; fore- and hindwing membranes with abundant microtrichia; veins in basal half of forewing [except Cu2] with two rows of setae; areola postica small; pterostigma much broader posteriorly).
Before nearly twenty interested spectators Paris assesses the elfin-locked, flexuous, kitten-faced goddesses who seem to have strayed into the drawing from the pages of Andersen and Grimm rather than Ovid.
0.6 cm in diameter, straight to slightly flexuous, smooth, terete, densely white-lanate to glabrescent, greenish; primary bracts subspreading (basal ones) to distinctly reflexed (the upper ones), canaliculate, the basal ones subfoliaceous and resembling the upper scape bracts, 4 to 6 times longer than the fascicles, the upper ones reduced in size toward the inflorescence apex, slightly exceeding to 3 times longer than the fascicles, ovate-triangular, acuminate and ending in a long acicular, pungent spine, 2-4.5 x 1.5 cm, coriaceous, subdensely white-lepidote at base on both sides and glabrous toward the apex, greenish-red near the base to bronze colored toward the apex, nerved abaxially, laxly spinose, spines triangular, 1.5-2 mm long, ca.
Type 3A:--Milky white/pale, having flexuous fibres in the mass of mucilage (Figure 3-3): Nepetoideae were present in both representatives of tribe Ocimeae: Hyptis (H.