isodiametric


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isodiametric

 [i″so-di″ah-met´rik]
measuring the same in all diameters.

isodiametric

(ī″sō-dī-ă-mĕt′rĭk) [″ + dia, across, + metron, measure]
Having equal diameters.
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The cortex consists of isodiametric parenchymatic cells that are variable in size.
Venation over the endocarp and in the wings forms a fine reticulum with polygonal, approximately isodiametric, areoles.
Epidermal cells are isodiametric and straight walled.
The pith as well as the cortex is made up of isodiametric parenchymatic cells containing starch grains (Fig.
between the radial arrays are isodiametric (30 [micro]m) and lack
Fruit loculicidal to septicidal capsules, berries, drupes (with 1 or several pits), or occasionally dry and indehiscent; seeds small, testa usually single layered, with cells isodiametric to strongly elongated, sometimes winged or tailed, sometimes mucilaginous on wetting; embryo fusiform or spatulate, white or less commonly green, with 2 cotyledons, to extremely reduced and undifferentiated; endosperm cellular, well developed, with haustoria at both ends; germination epigeal.
For example, many "free" cells of certain carrot strains tend to be cigar-shaped, but oval to nearly isodiametric cells are also present.
Most leptosporangiate ferns share a common shoot apical organizational pattern, in which a superficial layer of large anticlinally elongate cells overlies a zone of smaller isodiametric cells.
Friable calli were composed of small isodiametric cells with a conspicuous nucleus and a dense cytoplasm (Fig.
(2013) agree that the absence of projections in the surface of the tunic, the larger number of oral tentacles, low number of longitudinal vessels in the pharynx, isodiametric intestine and conspicuous renal vesicles are characteristics, which distinguish A.