isodiametric


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isodiametric

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

isodiametric

measuring the same in all diameters.

isodiametric

(ī″sō-dī-ă-mĕt′rĭk) [″ + dia, across, + metron, measure]
Having equal diameters.

isodiametric

measuring the same in all diameters.
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SEM showed reticulate surface pattern with regular polygonal mostly hexagonal, epidermal cell shape varies from isodiametric, raised, straight; smooth anticlinal cell walls and flat to concave: macro-reticulate periclinal cell walls "Figure 3E and F".
The presence of small meristematic cells with diameter range of 15 to 20pm were observed in globular callus of coffee plants and showed small isodiametric cells (QUIROZ-FIGUEROA et al.
3 Older twigs rough; bark retained as pale gray, checkered, thick isodiametric or rectangular segments on the trunk, limbs, and twigs of the previous seasons, or exfoliating on young twigs and therefore shed in small, roughened flakes; glandular hairs 1-4(-6.
2B), 19-22 [micro]m thick in cross-section, without stomata, formed by isodiametric cells with smooth or corrugated walls (Fig.
The cortical parenchyma possesses up to layers of more or less isodiametric cells, with thin walls and small intercellular spaces (Figure 8A and C).
Meshes isodiametric in central portions of vertex, longitudinal and narrow along lateral portions near inner margin of eyes.
A linear model is appropriate to describe the early years in an oyster's growth trajectory given the life expectancy of an oyster (10-20 y in undisturbed populations, Powell & Cummings 1985), their plastic morphology, and lack of adherence to isodiametric form.
This is a consequence of the isodiametric inequality for [S.
Frontal bone small and skull rabie greatly flattened and isodiametric with the length acceeding the breadth.
Fiber initiation begins just one or two days before anthesis and involves the initial protrusion and isodiametric expansion of the epidermal cell above the surface of the ovule.
Immature spermatids are isodiametric cells with a nucleus more or less round which occupies the majority of the cell.