lanceolate


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lanceolate

 [lan´se-o-lát]
shaped like a small blade or lance.

lanceolate

(lăn′sē-ə-lāt′)
adj.
Shaped like the head of a lance; tapering from a rounded base toward the apex: lanceolate leaves.

lan′ce·o·late′ly adv.

lanceolate

(of plant structures) tapering to a point.

Lanceolate

Narrow, leaf shape that is longer than it is wide, and pointed at the end.
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entire, lanceolate; apex acute with needle-like projection.
The leaves are linear lanceolate with a short tip or pointed spine when compared with G.pulvinata presence of highly toothed hair point .
Origin Other Trait PR DR Haiti Andean Bracteole shape Cordate 2 6 14 4 Lanceolate 6 2 8 1 Ovate 14 0 0 0 Triangular 4 2 5 1 Bracteole size Small 0 1 0 2 Medium 21 10 1 8 Large 2 5 13 2 Flower color White 2 6 14 11 Lavender 21 10 0 1 Base of standard Striped 0 0 0 0 Smooth 23 16 14 12 Growth habit I 22 6 0 6 II 0 1 0 1 III 1 9 14 4 IV 0 0 0 1 Leaf shape Cordate 3 2 12 0 Hastate 0 3 0 0 Ovate 19 11 2 10 Rhombohedric 1 0 0 2 Pod beak position Central 18 13 0 12 Placental 5 2 14 0 Table 4.
Valves lanceolate, elliptic or rhomboid, with broad round ends, acute or rostrate; internal septa present, each with a central oval chamber and several linear perforations; axial area narrow; raphe straight, striae transverse; chromatophores two.
Lower glume 2-3.4 x 0.6-0.8 mm, slightly concave, lanceolate, chartaceous, glabrous on the margins, 2-3 nerved, acute apex; upper glume (2.1-) 3-4 x 0.7-0.9 mm, sub-chartaceous, ciliate on the upper half of the margins, 3-nerved, the lateral nerves tenuous, acute apex.
Setulae mostly yellowish, more-or-less lanceolate, laterally and anterolaterally on tergites brown; setulae at posterior margin of tergites slightly longer.
VESTITURE: Dorsum with moderately dense and evenly scattered distribution of short pale golden lanceolate scalelike setae intermixed with longer, thicker, black, decumbent, simple setae; venter with moderate distribution of short pale golden lanceolate scalelike setae; tibial spines light brown.
Prodorsal setae 3 pairs, v2 = sc1 = 8 um, both smooth, sc2 slightly lanceolate serrate 13 um.